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13 Jan

Eating Fish Regularly May Prevent Kidney Damage In Diabetics

One of the most serious complications of diabetes is kidney disease. British researchers have discovered that eating fish twice a week might help diabetes patients prevent kidney problems, according to a study published in the November edition of the American Journal of Kidney Diseases, the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation.

The study traced the records of more than 22,300 middle-aged and older English men and women who were part of a large European cancer study. The participants were asked about their diet habits and had their urine samples analyzed for the presence of a protein called albumin, which is an indicator of kidney damage.
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