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Bitter Coffee Can Prevent Diabetes Disease

Not just a warm atmosphere of the morning, a cup of coffee is also beneficial to health. If it has been more associated with heart health, coffee is now also proven beneficial for preventing diabetes

Coffee benefits in reducing the risk of diabetes is already known for a long time, although the exact mechanism is not known. Nowa recent study at Huazhong University of Science and Technologyreaffirms the allegations.

In a study also published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry is revealed, the consumption of 4 cups of coffee perday can reduce diabetes risk by 50 percent. Each addition of acup of coffee, the risk is reduced back to 7 percent.

According to the researchers, there are at least 3 content ofnaturally occurring compounds contained in coffee andefficacious in reducing the risk of diabetes. As quoted byWebMD, three are caffeine itself, kafeat acid and chlorogenicacid.

The risk of diabetes can be reduced through the consumption of coffee is a type-2 diabetes mellitus (DM Type-2). This type ofdiabetes is most commonly found, the number is around 90-95percent of all people with diabetes including type 1.

Type 2 diabetes usually affects adults, although sometimeschildren can also have it. If type 1 diabetes is usually obtained asa congenital abnormality, diabetes type 2 caused more by an unhealthy lifestyle.

In this type of diabetes, the body’s ability to process sugar is reduced or even no work at all so that blood sugar levels to accumulate. Compilation of this disorder is quite diverse, rangingfrom kidney failure, retinal damage and impotence in men.

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