Diabetes: PPT diet can improve blood sugar levels more than the Mediterranean diet

Prediabetes describes people whose blood sugar levels are above the normal range, but not high enough to be classified as diabetes.

This research suggests that following a more personalised diet could bring better results at managing blood sugar spikes after meals for people with prediabetes.

However, these findings don’t contradict the effectiveness of the Mediterranean diet either.

Mediterranean diet is mainly plant-based including foods like vegetables, beans, pulses, nuts and olive oil.


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