Coffee Could Protect You From Type 2 Diabetes

Drinking coffee is associated with a lower Type 2 diabetes risk, with more coffee consumption linked to a greater decrease in risk, according to an Archives of Internal Medicine review of studies from 2009.

In that review, researchers looked at data from more than 450,000 people in 18 studies, and found that for every extra cup of coffee drank a day, a person's risk of Type 2 diabetes decreased by 7 percent.

However, researchers cautioned that "the putative protective effects of these beverages warrant urther investigation in randomized trials."
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Coffee Could Protect You From Type 2 Diabetes


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