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Broccoli Extract Lowers Blood Sugar in Type 2 Diabetes

It's called sulforaphane, and it lowered blood sugar in people with the condition.
In rats with diabetes, sulforaphane was found to reverse the genetic signature for the disease in the animals' livers.
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A chemical called sulforaphane could be a new option for people with Type 2 diabetes who need help managing their blood sugar. 

In a  just published in , researchers randomized 97 people diagnosed with

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