Don't Toss the Salad

It can help keep you healthy

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(HealthDayNews) -- When summer comes, can salads be far behind? And don't they make you feel gloriously healthy?

Toward that end, the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology has some good news. The University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom studied 1,122 people and reported that those who eat salads have a much lower incidence of Type II diabetes -- insulin resistant diabetes -- than people who don't eat salads.

There's just one problem. To get the benefit, you have to eat salads all year long, the study found.

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