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Type 2 diabetes: Jackfruit may benefit blood sugar control and prevent complications

The NHS says you can eat a wide range of foods, including fruit, vegetables and some starchy foods like pasta, keep sugar, fat and salt to a minimum, and eat breakfast, lunch and dinner every day ā€“ do not skip meals.

But diet isnā€™t the only way to control blood sugar levels.

The health body says physical exercise is also effective, and you should aim for 2.5 hours of activity a week.

It advises: ā€œYou can be active anywhere as long as what youā€™re doing gets you out of breath.

Source: | Daily Express

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