High dietary glycemic load can increase risk of cerebal small vessel diseases in stroke patients, says study

(Natural News) People who have previously experienced a stroke should be careful of eating foods with a high glycemic load (GL), since these could increase their risk of having cerebral small vessel diseases, according to a study published in the journal Nutrition Research. Dietary GL and glycemic index (GI) are often used as markers of postprandial blood glucose…

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