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These factors, particularly the higher fiber content, may help lower blood sugar levels, the foundation says.
The group suggests eating a balanced mix of vegetables, fruits, beans, whole grains and nuts. And if you're not opposed to it, don't forget the dairy products.
A vegetarian diet has an additional benefit -- it generally costs less. Meat, poultry and fish typically are the most expensive foods people eat, the foundation says.
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