Coffee holds many surprises, and an analysis confirms that it’s amazing how a simple cup of coffee can help reduce the risk of diabetes and improve mood. A previous study in 2018 found that consuming coffee on a regular basis can reduce the risk of developing diabetes by about 30%. A recent US population study confirmed the previous study. In addition, he found that consuming coffee regularly reduces the risk of contracting type 2 diabetes. The ideal daily consumption is three to four cups of coffee per day. Of course, when it comes to diabetes and coffee, sugar is not covered.
Amazing how a simple cup of coffee can help reduce diabetes risk and improve mood
Coffee is rich in antioxidant substances (polyphenols) which over time reduce oxidative stress and reduce the risk of contracting type 2 diabetes.
In addition, regular coffee consumption reduces chronic inflammation linked to cardiovascular and metabolic disorders. Typical disorders of type 2 diabetes sufferers.
Furthermore, it is surprising how many cups of coffee a day can be drunk to achieve satisfactory results even for those on a diet.
While many institutions agree on the benefits of coffee, including SID, many studies are still needed in order to formulate useful drugs and supplements.
Beware of harmful substances due to excessive consumption
An aspect not to be underestimated concerns the intake of coffee and acrylamide. This substance is present in the roasting of coffee beans and is considered carcinogenic. In 2016, the WHO eliminated coffee from the list of carcinogenic substances. But acrylamide remains and EFSA recommends reducing consumption because it is considered dangerous to health. Also, remember that acrylamide is found in all fried products or baked goods. In fact, in all starch-containing products cooked at 120 degrees.
Moderate use of coffee is not enough to supply the body with a risky amount of acrylamide.
We remind you that the consumption of coffee in some subjects is not recommended, or it is necessary to limit consumption very much. These are people suffering from dyspepsia, peptic ulcer, hypersecretive gastritis, arterial hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, gastroesophageal reflux, cardiac arrhythmias. It is advisable to contact the general practitioner and follow his instructions.
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