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The microbes that live in your gut may play a surprising role in your blood sugar levels, a small new study from Canada finds. People on DASH diet who also consumed probiotics, which are considered "good" bacteria, had a decrease in several measures of blood sugar levels over a three-month period, according to the .......






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