Fermented okara, low-calorie liquid diet: Promising new ways of dealing with diabetes

A woman getting her blood sugar level checked. Diabetes is a serious health concern globally and in Singapore. PHOTO: AFP
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SINGAPORE - Given that diabetes is a serious health concern globally and in Singapore, many people are keen to discover novel approaches to managing the chronic disease.

With this in mind, a researcher here has looked at whether eating fermented okara (soybean residue) can help lower blood sugar levels.

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