Coffee or Tea May Prevent Diabetes
How can you prevent diabetes easily? Drink coffee
Past studies made a surprising discovery that
drinking coffee or tea can help prevent
you from developing diabetes. Now, a much larger, more
review involving about 458,000 people showed the same results.
researchers looked at all the studies done on drinking coffee or tea
and diabetes risks. There were 18 studies they found. By reviewing the
studies and analyzing the results, here's what they found:
They believe helpful chemicals such as antioxidants,
magnesium and estrogen-like substances found in these drinks may give
them the power
to reduce the risk of getting diabetes. It wasn't the caffeine that was responsible
for the health benefits as even decaf coffee worked.
- Each cup of coffee daily reduces diabetes risk
- More than three cups of decaf coffee reduces
the risk by 36%
- More than three cups of tea reduces the risk by
authors caution that this study reviewed all existing published papers;
is not a clinical study. Nevertheless, the results are quite
significant and hard to deny.
Drink coffee or tea. Even decaffeinated versions had
the same benefits.
If you find that the drinks are not pleasant tasting without adding
sugar, consider the natural sugar substitute stevia.
It has no calories and is approved by FDA. It may
be better than using artificial sweetener such as Splenda, Equal, Sweet
One, NutraSweet, Sugar Twin or Sweet'N Low.
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