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Coffee Reduces Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, According To Studies

November 14, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
A report summarizing the latest research on the health effects of coffee says basically that drinking a few cups of coffee a day does reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, although there is conflicting evidence on benefits of caffeinated versus decaffeinated coffee. The report said a couple of recent studies showed that drinking three to four cups of coffee a day lowered type 2 diabetes by 25 percent, compared to drinking none or fewer than two cups a day. One study said caffeine was probably not  responsible for the protective effect of coffee, while another found that regular but not decaffeinated coffee was much more protective against type 2 diabetes in women of all ethnic groups than in men.
"Good things in life: Can coffee help in type 2 diabetes risk reduction?", coffee&health, November 14, 2013, © Institute for Scientific information on Coffee (ISIC)
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