Vitamin C and blood glucose
New research from Deakin University, promoted by Diabetes Australia suggests that a high dose of Vitamin C may significantly reduce elevated blood glucose after meals and may also reduce raised blood pressure levels and cardiovascular risk in people with type 2 diabetes.
Health Direct reports that Vitamin C is important to prevent infections, help wounds heal, keeping your skin, bones and connective tissue healthy and helps absorb iron from your food. Vitamin C is found in many different fruits and vegetables. Read more in the Health Direct article.