Coffee Can Reduce Risk of Diabetes
Drinking coffee was a great benefit. Therefore, drinking coffee may reduce the risk of contracting diabetes.
"Consumption of coffee, four to five cups a day, can reduce the chances of developing type 2 diabetes than those who drank occasionally or not at all," said the researcher, Monday (20/2).
A recent study showed that the reduced risk of diabetes may account for about 30 percent. A significant reduction was due to regular consumption of caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee.
The study was also conducted by European researchers of oncologists and Nutrition (EPIC). The results show that coffee does not increase the risk of heart disease or cancer.
Of research, there are at least 1432 cases diagnosed type 2 diabetes, a total of 394 heart attack, stroke and 1801 310 cases of cancer cases. Thus, proved as much as 20-30 percent with a cup of coffee can prevent type 2 diabetes.
"A risk is lower, around 20-30 percent, can reduce the spread of type 2 diabetes with coffee consumption. It's either a caffeinated or not," said a report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.