Low water intake may raise blood glucose levels

10/24/2011 | Reuters

A nine-year study of 3,615 French adults with normal blood glucose levels found those who drank at least 17 ounces of water per day were 28% less likely to develop high blood sugar than those who drank less water. The study in Diabetes Care did not find any link between water consumption and the risk of developing diabetes.

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