An apple a day could help prevent diabetes, new health guidelines suggest.
Yoghurt, cheese and regular cups of tea or coffee are among other foods and drinks which could help ward off the condition, the advice states.
But too much meat and potatoes can raise your likelihood of diagnosis, according to the diet advice from
It is the first time health guidelines have specified which foods could help fight off the disease, which is linked to obesity. Previously, people at high risk of developing diabetes were given advice like “increase your fibre intake by 15 per cent” or to “lose 5 per cent of your body weight”.
But doctors have updated this guidance, saying it does not relate to how people live their lives.