People who Frequently Drink Coffee may have a Lower Risk of Diabetes
Researchers from Qingdao University in China suggests that a relatively small amount of coffee can cut your type 2 diabetes risk by nearly a third — as long as you don’t add too much sugar.
For many of us, it is a ritual to start the day with a cup of coffee. Coffee may be key to ward off diabetes, according to new research.
Researchers from Qingdao University in China suggests that a relatively small amount of coffee can cut your type 2 diabetes risk by nearly a third — as long as you don’t add too much sugar. They studied 26 researches on coffee and type 2 diabetes, involving a total of more than 1 million participants.
It was found that those who drank the most coffee were up to 30 percent less likely to develop diabetes than those who drank the least amount. They published the results in the European Journal of Nutrition.
Caffeine is a stimulant that has been linked to lower weight and faster metabolism – two key factors in diabetes risk. The coffee drinkers who have low BMI were less likely to develop diabetes.
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Source: Agency News Nov 25, 2013
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