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The increase in type 2 diabetes is fuelled in part by rising obesity rates. Many of us follow a Western diet, which is high in refined carbohydrates and bad fats, and we’re also living increasingly sedentary lifestyles. These are both significant risk factors for the disease, so it stands to reason that if we change those risk

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