Diabetes risk is reduced by drinking coffee: New study evolved

March 9, 2012
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Modern development in the study of diabetes they have found that moderate consumption of coffee will definitely result in reducing the risk factors of type 2 diabetes in a person’s health. Doctors are now advising that to cut off the diabetes, then he/she should drink four cup of coffee per day.

However you have heard previously that coffee is unhealthy for children and also over drinking of coffee is not good for health. Nevertheless now they have proved that the both concepts are wrong, regardless of age everyone drink coffee now days. Drinking tea is not discussed above however only coffee.

Previously some researchers have said that “coffee cuts the risk of diabetes”. But a conflicting was there around on discussing whether it is safe or causing any side effects such as cancer or chronic diseases. Now team of researchers from Europe has concluded that “moderate” consumption will lower diabetes.

They have finalized with their finding only after they have compared their results with those who drink coffee occasionally and those who don’t drink at all. Nevertheless drinking coffee will reduce the risk of “diabetes developing level” by about 30%. From their study they have reported in a Daily mail that it will not develop heart disorders (disease) or cancer.

Their finding also revealed that not exactly 4 cups is moderate drinking and if the person drinks 3 cups or more than 4 cups it doesn’t make any connection with increasing or reducing the risk of diabetes. Caffeinated or decaffeinated are no way in connection with the chronic disease development.

The findings was published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and about ten countries have accepted this concept and two centers have been located in Germany and that plays a major role in carrying out all the latest analysis. This study is a stepping stone to growing scientific data. Suggestion is that 4 to 5 cups is safe and don’t consume more.


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