Coffee and Diabetes – Can Coffee reduce the risk of Diabetes?

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Coffee and Diabetes

Coffee and Diabetes

According to recent American Research, persons who have sufficient intake of coffee in a single day, have less susceptible to the risk of being caught the disease of Diabetes in future. It has also been proved through the research that almost 120,000 workers of health sector, who increased their quantity of caffeine intake along with change in their food and diet and took almost 1.5 cup daily, reduced the risk of Diabetes type 2 by 11 percent. This is about only those people who consistently used coffee for 4 consecutive years. Moreover, those who increased the intake of coffee by 2 cups, they reduced the risk of Diabetes by 18%. Changing the intake of coffee habitually, can also bring rapid change in the risk of being caught by Diabetes, said by principal investigator of Boston team of public health, at Harvard Med school. The persons, whose intake is 3 cups of coffee in a day, can reduce the chance of being Diabetic by 37%.

Coffee and Diabetes

This all information and statistics was collected by experimenting and studying over the cases of about 95000 Females and 28000 males for at least research of Four (4) Years. At the end, the persons were tested for Type 2 Diabetes. During the test, patients of Blood Pressure and Cholesterol were already warned about the test.

Below a graph is also shown roughly based on the results.

Coffee and Diabetes

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Coffee and Diabetes

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Coffee and Diabetes

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