Good news if you can’t live without your morning caffeine fix!
Here’s how coffee could cut your diabetes risk in half!
Sounds too good to be true?
It’s not, says Nutrition & Healing’s Dr Jonathan Wright.
As he explains: “Coffee’s power against type 2 diabetes lie in its effect on a substance called human islet amyloid polypeptide (hIAPP).
By inhibiting hIAPP, whose unfolding is directly linked to the development of diabetes, coffee actually helps keep diabetes at bay.
But be warned: If your coffee drinking accompanies other negative lifestyle habits like smoking, eating fatty foods of lack of physical activity, no amount of coffee will keep diabetes at bay indefinitely. This is even more true if you’re one of those folks who add three sugars to ever cup.
So next time someone berates you for being on your third cup before noon, drink up and smile. You have one less reason to feel guilty about your coffee addiction.