[sgmb id=”2″]Can Drinking A Cup of Coffee Stop Type 2 Diabetes?
Contrary to what we have heard for years, Coffee may actually help prevent type 2 diabetes and that is sure to excite the coffee industry and coffee lovers. We hear so much news about coffee and diabetes. The news is usually negative as it pertains to diabetes. For instance, caffeine raises blood glucose levels and so we assume all news is bad. But according to a new study being conducted, coffee may actually have more benefits than previously thought.http://www.diabetesreversed.com/letter.php
“With Diabetes The More The Better”
According to Marilyn Cornelis, PhD and Nutritionist from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, “coffee has the most potential to prevent type 2 diabetes,” Of all the foods we consume. She points out, “With diabetes, the more coffee the better, according to epidemiological studies.”
Marilyn is studying hard to find out which chemicals in coffee are producing such wonderous results. She says, “Coffee is an important source of caffeine, but it’s also got other chemicals that might be protective.” Finding these answers may go a long way in helping to prevent type 2 diabetes once and for all.http://www.diabetesreversed.com/letter.php
Protective Benefits of Coffee
Some protective benefits of coffee include lowering risks of cancer, including prostate cancer in men, liver and uterine cancer type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, cardiovascular disease and others. Marilyn Cornelis’s study wasn’t the first to produce results like this. A number of earlier research from years ago found that three cups of tea per day could reduce the risk of heart attack by up to 60 per cent and substantially lower the chances of people getting type 2 diabetes.
It is important to remember that this is just a moment in time. More studies will come and we will go back and forth for a while when it comes to diabetes. But right now it may be time for a cup of coffee.
Source : Diabetes Forecast The Healthy Living Magazine
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