It seems that this research will delight many coffee lovers. According to the results of the last two studies, drinking a cup of coffee before going to work prevents diabetes.
Nutritionists from the German Diabetes Center (DDZ) analyzed data from approximately 96,000 people, of whom over 4,000, who had type 2 diabetes during the study period, supervised by the German researcher Sabrina Schlesinger.
(The Journal of Nutrition) Researchers concluded that obese people usually skip breakfast more than others. What makes obesity a factor in the development of this disease.
According to the Institute of Scientific Information about the coffee that carried out the test, coffee tastes best in the morning. The institute is financed by one of the six leading European coffee makers, but the institute operates independently and scientifically at universities and prepares a report for the annual meeting of the European Society for Diabetes Research, which was held in Berlin in early October 2018.
An annual meeting of the European Society for Diabetes Research has revealed that coffee can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by 25 percent. Professor Matias Karlstrom, professor of medicine and pharmacy at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, reviewed the latest scientific research. He analyzed over 30 research and research presented during the European meeting, in which over 1.1 million participants participated.
"The protective effect of a bitter drink results from its antioxidant ingredients," said Kjellid Hermansen, who helped prepare this study, a professor of medicine at the university hospital in Denmark in Arhus. Coffee helps reduce inflammation, stimulates the stomach and microbial metabolism. Hermansen recommended that women and men consume 3 or 4 cups of coffee a day.