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High-Fiber Diet Tied to Lower CV Risk in Diabetes, Hypertension

13:51 EDT 10 Oct 2019 | Medscape

A new study suggests a high-fiber diet improves cardiovascular risk profile, including cholesterol and blood pressure, in patients with hypertension and diabetes.
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