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Habitual dietary ingestion of cow's milk, especially during childhood, may increase the likelihood of developing type 1 diabetes.
Consistent consumption of berries and anthocyanins from food sources may decrease an individual's disposition to type 2 diabetes.
Low type 2 diabetes risk is associated with increased consumption of fruits and vegetables, particularly blueberries, cruciferous vegetables, yellow vegetables, green leafy vegetables, and their fiber.
Adequate consumption of cruciferous vegetables may help protect individuals from developing type 2 diabetes.
Diabetic women who are cigarette smokers may be highly vulnerable to heart disease.
Type 2 diabetes is less likely to occur in individuals who regularly consume generous portions of apple and pear.
High exposure to second-hand smoke may increase an individual's risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Individuals who are frequently exposed to second-hand smoke may have a high tendency of developing type 2 diabetes.