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How do you define Coffee and diabetes?

How do you define Coffee and diabetes?

Do you love coffee? Then there is good news for you.

 

Some studies have shown that drinking coffee can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The risk of developing diabetes is reduced by as much as 60%. The exact mechanism by which coffee has a positive effect on diabetes risk is not known.

 

But if you do not have coffee you need not start drinking as there is no formal recommendation regarding coffee as a means to decrease the risk of diabetes.

 

Dr Poonam Sachdeva, our in-house medical expert talks about the why what and how in diabetes.

 

 

Written by
Dr Poonam Sachdev
Source: Expert ContentJan 22, 2013

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