Abusing of Coffee is Not Harmful

Coffee and DiabetesThe Finnish scientists confirmed the hypothesis according to which the intensive use of coffee can prevent the diabetes type 2.

According to their research, people who daily drink three-four cups of coffee reduce chances of diabetes development at 30 percent.

Ten and more cups of coffee a day reduce risk for women at 80 % and for men at 55 %.

Though biological mechanisms of negative communication between consumption of coffee and development of diabetes type 2 are precisely unknown, there are some assumptions of protective role of substances that coffee contains.

The basic components of coffee are caffeine and chlorogenic acid. Besides the structure of coffee includes enough of magnesia (sulfate of magnesium) and others micronutrients, such as kalium, niacin, tokoferol.

It is proved that caffeine, having stimulating effect on b-cells of pancreas, can raise both secretion of insulin, and sensitivity of tissues to it. At the same time caffeine can actively reduce sensitivity to insulin in patients without disfunction of excretion function of b-cells.

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