Influence of temperate, subtropical, and tropical fruit consumption on risk of type 2 diabetes in an Asian population

The consumption of temperate fruit, such as apples, was associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes in women, whereas the consumption of higher-GI fruit, such as bananas, was associated with higher risk in men. The impact of fruit consumption on the risk of diabetes may differ by the type of fruit, which may reflect differences in the glycemic impact or phytochemical content.

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