New! All About Coffee and Diabetes

New studies from out of UCLA just published show how coffee and diabetes may have a beneficial relationship for those coffee lovers who can't seem to give up coffee. The benefits of coffee keep mounting up!

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of this debilitating disease, and new studies indicate that consuming coffee daily may play a role in preventing Type 2 diabetes.

Numerous studies out of UCLA have shown that your favorite morning beverage may also hold protective elements against type 2 diabetes.

Consuming 4 Cups a day: That's a lot

coffee and diabetes, Can type 2 diabetes prevention is just this simple?

Coffee and Diabetes ... Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

Women who consume a minimum of 4 cups of regular coffee per day may be as little as 50% less likely to develop type 2 diabetes when compared to women who do not drink coffee at all.

In fact, the studies seem to show that the more coffee you drink, the less you're at risk for diabetes. Incredible, isn't it?

Usually we read about how our favorite foods and drinks are bad for us, but it's rare (even a little unbelievable) to find out that our favorite coffee may actually be beneficial to us.

Compounds found in coffee, such as magnesium and antioxidants, may also offer other health benefits for you as well.

It is important to note that the coffee you choose to drink as a preventative measure needs to be caffeinated, research doesn't yet show conclusively that decaffeinated coffee (sorry!) plays a significant role here. Yet.

If you are wondering where to start, ...

Freshly roasted coffee is significantly better for you than coffee that has been pre-ground and shows signs of staleness.

Gear up with your own home bean grinder, and an easy to use coffee maker of your choice. If you are going to make any investment here, purchase the best grinder you can afford. It's a purchase that will pay for itself many times over.

See how to choose a coffee bean grinder here.

It's best to purchase your beans from a trusted coffee roaster. I'm fortunate enough to have La Costa Coffee Roasters right in my own backyard, but you can easily find a good source in your own neighborhood, town or city, or perhaps purchase your beans from a reputable online source.

Grind only the amount of beans that you intend to brew right away. Beans lose their potency, flavor and aroma when they are ground and come in contact with air. After all, you don't want to lose all the healthy benefits of coffee, now do you?

It's great to know that coffee diabetes, and type 2 diabetes prevention could be as simple as increasing our consumption of our favorite beverage (see the Science Daily article).

Disclaimer: I'm merely reporting these news stories for you. You will need to do your own research and consult a properly trained & registered medical practitioner who specializes in both your care and the care of these serious diseases. Please do not treat this article as the final word in this matter. I'm not a medical doctor, cannot recommend anything to cure any underlying disease you or anyone may have, and do not intend this article to be taken as 'medical advice'. It is not a recommendation to start consuming caffeine either. There are some diseases for which coffee consumption or caffeine consumption is not recommended.

CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR for information on your health, your body and any concerns you may have.



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