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Dark Fruit Benefits
Dark Fruit Benefits

It’s blueberry season…and we should be thankful for that!

A new Harvard study from Men’s Health discovered that dark colored fruits like grapes, blueberries, raisins and prunes can help reduce your risk for diabetes.

Three servings a week can slash your diabetes risk by as much as 12%!

Why?  They’re  rich with polyphenols that may help improve glucose metabolism and sensitivity.

You need to eat the WHOLE fruit though…those who drink fruit juice actually face an eight percent higher risk of diabetes.

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