Coffee prevents type 2 diabetes14/11/2018
Scientists saw a new and useful side of coffee: it turned out that active consumption of this drink can prevent the development of type 2 diabetes. Coffee gives anti-inflammatory effect and thus helps to protect from metabolic diseases, according to a press release on EurekAlert!.
“Drinking coffee reduces the risk of non-insulin dependent diabetes (type 2 diabetes),” said the staff of the Institute for scientific information on coffee ISIC.
They analyzed data from 30 studies, which have investigated the Association of coffee and metabolic disorders. In these studies, information was collected on the status of over a million people. The researchers were able to notice that avid coffee drinkers are much less prone to the incidence of type 2 diabetes. Checking the use ratio from this habit, the researchers noted, drinking 3-4 cups of coffee a day are effective in preventing type 2 diabetes – disease risk drops 25% in both women and men. According to the author of the work, similar effect of coffee is evident even if a person drinks decaf.
Coffee contains a number of nutrients that possess anti-inflammatory action. For example, the data exhibit the properties of such components, coffee, coffee acid, hydroxycinnamic acid, trigonelline, diterpene. Drinking coffee, according to different scientific experiments, helps to prevent not only type 2 diabetes, but obesity, diseases of the circulatory system, and liver.
Diabetes type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease of the pancreas with impaired glucose metabolism and the development of high blood sugar levels due to a decrease in the sensitivity of tissues to insulin and violations of his generation.
Earlier Magicforum wrote about that coffee prolongs life due to its ability to significantly reduce the risk of developing heart failure.