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Caffeine For Diabetics

Coffee’s widely-reported potential anti-diabetes benefits may be related to the caffeine content of the beverage, claims a new study from Japan. Scientists from Nagoya University report that coffee prevented the development of high-blood sugar in lab mice, as well as improving their sensitivity to insulin, thereby reducing the risk of diabetes. “Our results indicated that caffeine is one of the most effective anti-diabetic compounds in coffee,” wrote the researchers in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. “We hope to identify the target tissues upon which coffee or caffeine acts directly, as well as effective anti-diabetic compounds other than caffeine. However, the present results suggest that coffee consumption may help to prevent type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome,” they added. The results are consistent with a growing body of research, much of which was pulled together in a meta-analysis in the Archives of Internal Medicine (Dec 2009, Vol. 169, pp. 2053-2063) by scientists from the University of Sydney, Australia. Data from over 500,000 individuals with over 21,000 cases of type-2 diabetes from prospective studies showed that drinking three to four coff Continue reading >>

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    People have commented before asking if I should be drinking a caffeine drink and I tell them that it is okay as long as it is diet. I didn't think anything of it. My roommates mom stayed a couple of nights here this weekend, she is type2, so we were talking "diabetic talk" and she mentioned how her Dr. told her that she can't have caffeine - even though she does. Does anybody know what's up with caffeine? Is it bad for diabetics? If so, why? I don't drink coffee, however I love my caffeine!

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    I've never heard anything about caffeine being a problem for people with diabetes. My maximum is 3 cups of green tea a day and 1 cup of coffee a couple of times a week.
    My question slightly off-topic. Has anyone read or been told that cheese is not good for diabetes?

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How Does Coffee Affect Blood Sugar And Diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes is a massive health problem worldwide. About 29 million people, or 9% of all US adults, had type 2 diabetes in the year 2012 (1). Interestingly, long-term studies have linked coffee drinking with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes (2, 3). Yet, oddly enough, many short-term studies have shown that coffee and caffeine can raise blood sugar and insulin levels (4, 5, 6). Why this happens is not fully known, but there are several theories. This article examines the short-term and long-term effects of coffee on blood sugar and diabetes. The health benefits of drinking coffee are well-documented. In observational studies, coffee is linked to reduced blood sugar and insulin levels, which are major risk factors for type 2 diabetes (7). Furthermore, consuming regular or decaf coffee on a regular basis is linked to a 23–50% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes (3, 8, 9, 10, 11). Studies have also shown that each daily cup of coffee you consume may reduce this risk by 4–8% (3, 8). Additionally, people who drink 4–6 cups of coffee each day have a lower risk of type 2 diabetes than people who drink less than 2 cups each day (12). Regular coffee drinking has been linked t Continue reading >>

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  1. Danni-the-diabetic

    caffeine

    People have commented before asking if I should be drinking a caffeine drink and I tell them that it is okay as long as it is diet. I didn't think anything of it. My roommates mom stayed a couple of nights here this weekend, she is type2, so we were talking "diabetic talk" and she mentioned how her Dr. told her that she can't have caffeine - even though she does. Does anybody know what's up with caffeine? Is it bad for diabetics? If so, why? I don't drink coffee, however I love my caffeine!

  2. Lentyl

    I've never heard anything about caffeine being a problem for people with diabetes. My maximum is 3 cups of green tea a day and 1 cup of coffee a couple of times a week.
    My question slightly off-topic. Has anyone read or been told that cheese is not good for diabetes?

  3. jayabee52

    cheese: read for the skinny on cheese read the article here ~ http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/...

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Coffee’s Effect On Diabetes

Part 1 of 8 Highlights For people without diabetes, coffee may help reduce the risk of developing diabetes. Caffeine has been shown in the short term to increase both glucose and insulin levels. Because of this, people with diabetes should be cautious when consuming coffee. Once sweetener is added to coffee, it removes the benefits of diabetes prevention. It can actually increase your risk of developing diabetes. Coffee was once condemned as being bad for your health. However, there’s growing evidence that it may protect against certain kinds of cancers, liver disease, depression, and Parkinson’s disease. There’s also compelling research that increasing your coffee intake may actually lower your risk for developing type 2 diabetes. This is good news for those of us who can’t face the day until we get in our cup of java. However, for those who already have type 2 diabetes, coffee could have adverse effects. Whether you’re trying to lower your risk, you have diabetes, or you just can’t go without your cup of joe, learn about coffee’s effects on diabetes. Part 2 of 8 According to the Mayo Clinic, diabetes is a disease (or group of diseases) that affects how your body pro Continue reading >>

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  1. Danni-the-diabetic

    caffeine

    People have commented before asking if I should be drinking a caffeine drink and I tell them that it is okay as long as it is diet. I didn't think anything of it. My roommates mom stayed a couple of nights here this weekend, she is type2, so we were talking "diabetic talk" and she mentioned how her Dr. told her that she can't have caffeine - even though she does. Does anybody know what's up with caffeine? Is it bad for diabetics? If so, why? I don't drink coffee, however I love my caffeine!

  2. Lentyl

    I've never heard anything about caffeine being a problem for people with diabetes. My maximum is 3 cups of green tea a day and 1 cup of coffee a couple of times a week.
    My question slightly off-topic. Has anyone read or been told that cheese is not good for diabetes?

  3. jayabee52

    cheese: read for the skinny on cheese read the article here ~ http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/...

  4. -> Continue reading
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