25 January 2019 Written by CN1699 Services Article viewed 25 times (5 times in the last week)

People with diabetes who take soluble fibre supplements have slightly lower blood sugar than diabetics who do not add this type of fibre to their diets, a research review that was published this month finds.

Researchers focused on supplements containing viscous fibre, a type of soluble fibre that forms a thick gel when mixed with water.

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