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'Farming for Life' program improves diabetes outcomes
by Jean Yamamura
Santa Barbara Independent Translate This Article
29 December 2018
On 29 December 2018 Santa Barbara Independent reported:
Sansum Diabetes Research Institute received an significant matching grant to get an innovative 'food as therapy' project off the ground. The Hearst Foundation donated $100,000 to the Farming for Life program, which provides locally grown vegetables to low-income people with diabetes or at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Participants will be given 'produce prescriptions' -- for organic vegetables ...
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... Also, the regular servings of vegetables improved food security for the participants. 'Based on this, we are very confident that Farming for Life can absolutely improve the health of those with type 2 diabetes,' Mary Kujan, the project coordinator said.
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