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Navajo Nation Turns to Plant-Based Foods to Reverse Diabetes - ICTMN.com

24.7.16

Navajo Nation Turns to Plant-Based Foods to Reverse Diabetes - ICTMN.com: While 400 delegates who attended the New Diabetes Treatment Model in Native American Communities gathering covered a wide variety of subject matters, of particular interest was one involving Navajo Nation program efforts that utilized a low-fat, plant-based diet. “A growing body of research is showing this type of diet, one similar to the diet of ancestors of many Native Americans, is effective in preventing or halting progression of Type 2 diabetes,” said Betti Delrow, program manager for the Navajo Special Diabetes Project in Window Rock, Arizona.


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