Drinking fruit juice can increase the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, but eating blueberries, grapes, apples and pears can cut the risk, according to a study.
People who ate three standard servings a week of blueberries had a 26% lower chance of developing the disease, experts from Harvard School of Public Health found.
Eating three standard servings a week of blueberries had a 26% lower chance of developing the disease, the research suggested.
More top news
Socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson has been cautioned by police after a 'disturbance' at Heathrow Airport.
The NHS is to set up 11 centres to unlock the secrets of DNA and help develop tests and drugs to target cancer and rare genetic diseases.
Australian businessman named as Alan Sugar's newest apprentice and winner of a £250,000 investment in his fledgling company.