Did you know coffee can reduce the risk of Type 2 Diabetes?

Good News for Coffee Lovers, Filtered coffee can reduce the risk of Type 2 Diabetes

It is too cold outside, isn’t it? To keep ourselves going all we need is a ‘Hot Cup of Coffee’. Well, coffee is one of the most famous beverages in the world, thanks to its antioxidants and beneficial nutrients. There are various studies that have shown that coffee drinkers have a much lesser risk of some serious disease.

According to a recent study that was published in the Journal of Medicine shows that the choice of preparation method affects the health a lot. According to the study, filtered coffee can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Notably, boiled coffee will not have the same effect.

Here are a few health benefits of having coffee on a regular basis. (The number of cups should be under a tight check)

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1. It can lit up your day & can uplift your mood

If you are having a bad day at the office, then a hot cup of coffee can uplift your mood instantly. In a study of Harvard which was published in 2011, Women who drank four cups of coffee every day had a 20 percent lower risk of becoming depressed.

2. It also lowers the risk of heart stroke 

Coffee can cause a mild increase in blood pressure. But a lot of studies have proved that coffee drinkers are the minimum risk of heart stroke.

3. It is the biggest source of antioxidants 

It has a lot of antioxidants and people who follow a standard western diet, coffee may be one of the healthiest aspects of their diet.

4. Reduces the risk of cancer 

Cancer has one of the biggest killers in today’s world. If you drink black coffee regularly, then it can help in preventing certain types of cancer such as liver, breast, colon, rectal cancer 

5. Helps in Weight Loss 

It helps in weight loss by making you work out more if you have it 30 minutes before you hit the gym. It boosts the metabolism approximately by 50 percent. It stimulates the nervous system which gives signals to the body to break down the fat cells and use them as a source of energy as opposed to glycogen.

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