Is there Relationship between Coffee and Type 2 Diabetes?

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Figure - 1. Relationship between Coffee and diabetes 
(credit to Phys.org)

At previous post, we discussed about benefit of drink coffee to avoid hearth diseases (Could Drink Coffee Regularly Avoid You from Heart Diseases?).

Then, Is there Relationship between Coffee and Type 2 Diabetes? Yes, its because in addition to caffeine, coffee contains ingredients to lower diabetes rates.

The ingredients include:
- Magnesium, a mineral to lower risk of diabetes
- Cromium, a mineral to lower blood sugar and improve the insulin
- Polyphenols, an antioxidant to prevent type 2 diabetes

We could see of below Figure -2, where as we drink cups of coffee more, the reducing diabetes risk is more too.

Hence, more drink, less the chance to get diabetes. But there is the limit, drink 6 cups of coffee more will have negative effect on our health.


Fig - 2. Coffee and reduce risk of diabetes (credit to Ding, 2014)

For those who have diabetes, drink two cups of coffee daily associates with stability of blood glucose level and insulin sensitivity.

We may say that people with diabetes have advantage to drink coffee. Contrary, people without diabetes could increase the risk to get diseases without drink coffee at all.

Both caffeine and decaffeinate have the same positive effects on lower risk to get type 2 diabetes.

However, some researches show that no clear cut relationship between coffee and lower risk diabetes to certain group of people such as:
- obese people
- gender effects

Thus, further researches needed to be conducted. 

41 comments:

  1. This is a really interesting topic! Thanks for the great post!
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  2. Yes, this was really interesting:) From one coffee drinker to another (I assume), thank you:)

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    1. Yes, indeed...

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  3. Very benefit article 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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      Is there Relationship between Coffee and Type 2 Diabetes?
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      The ingredients include:
      - Magnesium, a mineral to lower risk of diabetes
      - Cromium, a mineral to lower blood sugar and improve the insulin
      - Polyphenols, an antioxidant to prevent type 2 diabetes

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      We could see of below Figure -2, where as we drink cups of coffee more, the reducing diabetes risk is more too.

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  6. Thanks for the great and informative post.

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      Hence, more drink, less the chance to get diabetes. But there is the limit, drink 6 cups of coffee more will have negative effect on our health.

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  7. very interesting information ☺
    indeed, further research was simply necessary
    best regards
    Lili

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  8. I will tell it my mum, she consumes 6 cups of coffee a day.
    Thank you for sharing.

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      For those who have diabetes, drink two cups of coffee daily associates with stability of blood glucose level and insulin sensitivity.

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      We may say that people with diabetes have advantage to drink coffee. Contrary, people without diabetes could increase the risk to get diseases without drink coffee at all.

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  10. This is good information to know. Now I can tell my husband that he can drink more than 1 cup a day!

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      Both caffeine and decaffeinate have the same positive effects on lower risk to get type 2 diabetes.

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      However, some researches show that no clear cut relationship between coffee and lower risk diabetes to certain group of people such as:
      - obese people
      - gender effects

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      Thus, further researches needed to be conducted.

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  13. Your posts about diabetes are really interesting.

    Best regards

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  14. This is interesting. I have one big delicious cup of coffee in the morning.

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  15. I love coffe, but in Portugal we drink expresso short coffee.
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  16. It's complicated! I believe that if you drink coffee in moderation you are on a safe side.
    Wish you a nice weekend and peaceful!

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    1. yes, you are right...

      Thank you to visit:
      Is there Relationship between Coffee and Type 2 Diabetes?
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      The ingredients include:
      - Magnesium, a mineral to lower risk of diabetes
      - Cromium, a mineral to lower blood sugar and improve the insulin
      - Polyphenols, an antioxidant to prevent type 2 diabetes

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Is there Relationship between Coffee and Type 2 Diabetes?
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      We could see of below Figure -2, where as we drink cups of coffee more, the reducing diabetes risk is more too.

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  18. Tú entrada muy interesante! Te espero por mi blog! 🍁🍁🍁

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      Hence, more drink, less the chance to get diabetes. But there is the limit, drink 6 cups of coffee more will have negative effect on our health.

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      Fig - 2. Coffee and reduce risk of diabetes (credit to Ding, 2014)

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  20. Me parece interesante. Un beso.

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    For those who have diabetes, drink two cups of coffee daily associates with stability of blood glucose level and insulin sensitivity.


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  22. This is an interesting article. I wonder if that is why my blood sugar seems to be more easily maintained in the morning than the evening since I only drink coffee in the morning?

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