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Why you really SHOULD cut carbs: High-carb meals 'raise your risk of diabetes by 30%' - and it's even worse after a workout

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Sticking to a diet of low-carb meals can lower your risk of diabetes by 30 per cent, scientists at the University of Michigan have found.
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