Daily Coffee Drinking May Cuts Diabetes Risk by up to 25%
Researchers suggests that three to four cups of coffee per day helps in preventing risk of type 2 diabetes. Moderate coffee will lead to cut the risk of diabetics as researched by World Congress on Prevention of Diabetes and Its Complications (WCPD). Three to four cups of coffee per day lowers the risk of 25 per cent type 2 diabetes as compared to consuming none or less than two cups per day. A single additional cup of coffee reduces the relative risk by 7-8 per cent.
Clinical intervention trails tested glucose and insulin after an oral glucose tolerance test with 12 g decaffeinated coffee, 1 g chlorogenic acid, 500 mg trigonelline, or placebo.
Moderate coffee consumption does not increase hypertension stroke or coronary heart disease. Caffeine in coffee increase metabolism energy expenditure and the Carbohydrate Metabolic Hypothesis. Coffee components influence the glucose balance in the body. It improves insulin sensitivity by stimulating inflammatory pathways, mediating the oxidative stress of cells, hormonal effects or by reducing iron stores. Above all it is concluded that coffee is not injurious for health.