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New Delhi: The rate of increase of type 2 diabetes in the world is really high. It is important to understand what measures can prevent the disease and which ones may increase the risk of developing it.
Coffee is a very popular drink worldwide, especially in countries with very cold weather conditions. When drinking is a staple in many households, it is important to understand its effects on diabetes – risk and treatment. Does diabetes reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes? Does it help to reverse it? Read on to answer all your questions. READ – The only food you should eat everyday if you have diabetes to control your blood sugar
A cup of black coffee each day can reduce your risk of developing diabetes
According to a study published by the American Diabetes Association, people who drink coffee have lower blood sugar levels. Another study showed that the risk of developing diabetes decreased by 9% among people who drank a cup of coffee a day. Another study specifically addressing postmenopausal women found that women drinking 6 cups of coffee a day had a 22% reduced risk of diabetes. There are various studies that support this notion. It is therefore prudent to believe that coffee can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
How to drink coffee to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes?
Here's how to drink your coffee to reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes –
- Regular coffee is better for reducing the risks than decaffeinated coffee.
- Prefer not to use sweeteners like sugar.
- Avoid drinking coffee with dairy products such as milk or cream.
- Remember that coffee has benefits for diabetes only when it is eaten in its purest form.
- An artificially sweetened coffee can lead to weight gain and increase your risk of diabetes.
Disclaimer: The tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are intended solely for general information and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or health care professional if you have specific questions about medical issues.