Coffee for Reducing Diabetes Risk

Updated at: Dec 06, 2012
Coffee for Reducing Diabetes Risk

New study links drinking coffee to a reduction in diabetes. Drinking three to four cups everyday could help you prevent diabetes.

Arka Roy Chowdhury
LatestWritten by: Arka Roy ChowdhuryPublished at: Dec 05, 2012

Coffee for Reducing Diabetes Risk

Now coffee has walked out of popular culture and reached your lives with good news. A new study has claimed that if you drink three to four cups of coffee every day, then can prevent diabetes by up to 25%. Scientific evidence has shown that if you drink coffee regularly or moderately then you reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.


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There is epidemiological evidence that the study has outlined on how coffee consumption is linked to diabetes prevention, thus saying that three to four cups would help you to curb the chances of getting diabetes.

It is also important to mention here that there was another study that an inverse dose dependent response effect with each additional cup of coffee reducing the relative risk by 7%-8 %. Scientists are yet to infer a casual effect. Also, the other important revelation is that the association between coffee consumption and a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes could also be seen as counter intuitive, and this because drinking coffee can be related to unhealthy habits.


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