Great news for coffee lovers, one cup coffee lesser danger of diabetes
Now drinking coffee is not to just satisfy your craving for drinking coffee, but it may helpful in reducing the threat of diabetes. Yes, it’s true, from the recent research it’s found that drinking coffee cut risk of diabetes.Research done by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), the study found that those who decreased their coffee consumption by more than a cup per day increased their type 2 diabetes risk by 17%.
“Our findings confirm those of previous studies that showed that higher coffee consumption was associated with lower type 2 diabetes risks,” said Shilpa Bhupathiraju, main author and research fellow in the Department of Nutrition at HSPH. “Most importantly, they provide new evidence that changes in coffee consumption habit can affect type 2 diabetes risks in a relatively short period of time.”
Caffeine, Caffeic acid or CA and Chlorogenic acid or CGA are the three main compounds in coffee. Researchers studied and found that all these combinations have toxic hIAPP amyloid and guarded the pancreatic cells.
Coffee has lots of antioxidants like chlorogenic acid and magnesium; these two can develop your body acuteness to insulin, which helps to lesser the threat of diabetes.
Those who are suffering from diabetes may not get better effects, so it’s not recommended for them, as scientist have different opinions about drinking coffee can benefit or not, but it’s surely reduce risk of diabetes.