A recent study has found that daily consumption of coffee and green tea decreases the risk of dying from any cause among people with type 2 diabetes. For the unversed, the common cause for the same can be heart-related issues, liver problems, kidney disease etc. Moreover, people with diabetes are more prone to circulatory diseases, dementia, cancer and bone fractures. The findings were published in the online journal BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care.
The research included 4923 participants, out of which 2790 were men and 2133 were women. All these people (average age 66) had type 2 diabetes for an average of just over 5 years. Each of the participants filled a 58-item food and drink questionnaire, which included questions on how much green tea and coffee they consumed on a daily basis. Read More...
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