Harvard studies have shown that coffee can reduce the risk of diabetes
Foreign food website reported recently, a Harvard University researchers published in the Journal of Nutrition studies have shown that drinking coffee is not only conducive to the metabolism and liver health, but also to reduce the risk of diabetes .
The study from the Harvard University School of public health Nicole Wedick led the team to complete, researchers of 45 subjects as the object of study, the age is 40 years old, is obese and coffee drinking habits, then they were divided into three groups, one group containing coffee to drinking because of coffee, another group of drinking caffeinated coffee, finally make a residual group only drinking water, in the process of test subjects to drink 5 cup of drink, continued for 8 weeks.
The results show that , compared with the drinking group of people, drinking caffeine group a 60% reduction in interleukin-6 content in their blood, and interleukin-6 this substance can promote the formation of inflammation; another caffeine group adiponectin levels in human fat cells release also declined this phenomenon, however , did not appear in the body of the decaffeinated group.
However , the researchers also said that continued drinking coffee does not make changes in the human blood glucose or insulin levels appear eight weeks.
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