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Coffee Reduces Diabetes Risk

#Diabetes is a disease caused by the processing of glucose in the blood.

A lot of research has been done on the benefits of coffee on diabetes.

One of these studies was carried out at Harvard University.

Researchers at Harvard followed more than 100,000 people for nearly 20 years. The results of the study, which ran over a four-year period, were published in 2014.

#Is coffee good for diabetes? Starting with the question, research showed that people who increased their coffee intake by more than one cup per day had a 7% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Another study was conducted by Matthias Carlström, who teaches medicine and pharmacology at the Stockholm Karolinska Institute.

Kjeld Hermansen, a professor of medicine working at Aarhhus University Clinic, states that the protective effect of coffee is due to the antioxidant substances it contains. Hermansen states that coffee prevents inflammation and that hot drinking coffee contributes to metabolism and enrichment of intestinal flora.

Professor Hermansen recommends drinking three to four cups of coffee a day.


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