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Coffee, Tea May Stall Diabetes

Posted on: December 17, 2009

Every cup of coffee a person drinks per day may lower the risk of diabetes by 7%.

A new review of research on the link between lifestyle factors, like coffee and tea consumption, and diabetes risk suggests that drinking regular or decaffeinated coffee and tea all lower the risk of type 2 diabetes.

via Coffee, Tea May Stall Diabetes.

1 Response to "Coffee, Tea May Stall Diabetes"

Thanks for sharing this but I’m a bit confused. How do you measure a cup of a drink? Thanks :)

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