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A paper just published in the journal Diabetologia demonstrates that increasing your coffee intake by one or two cups a day over a four year period will reduce the risk of developing diabetes type 2 by up to 11%.

Conversely a reduction in consumption may increase the risk (though that was not so well established). The improvement was seen with both regular and decaffeinated coffee, but not with tea.

The paper is available for download here: http://www.diabetologia-journal.org/files/Bhupathiraju.zip

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RE: Increased coffee consumption reduces risk of diabetes
Having lived in UK for many years and married an English girl, always been tea, first thing in the morning, during the day, before bed and during the night if happen to wake-up and cannot got back to sleep, 'Tea refreshes the parts coffee cannot reach' Too-funny

I drink cup of coffee at mid-day and whenever out but now money tight, I get my coffee from vending machine at petrol station, not the best but cheap, actually better than McDonald's and most cafes Coffee
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I'm kind of depressed. Back in Indiana I used to be able to purchase Stewart's 100% Columbian coffee. Here in Dixon, IL no one sells it anywhere near here. Even the local Walmart doesn't carry it.

My life is very rough. Oh-jeez Bigwink

..but at least I previously stocked up on it, and currently have about 8 cans of it in my basement. I had to convince my wife that it's a health-care cost, though, given the fact that it reduces chances of type II diabetes (even though I already have that). Whistle

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(04-25-2014 09:56 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  I'm kind of depressed. Back in Indiana I used to be able to purchase Stewart's 100% Columbian coffee. Here in Dixon, IL no one sells it anywhere near here. Even the local Walmart doesn't carry it.

My life is very rough. Oh-jeez Bigwink

..but at least I previously stocked up on it, and currently have about 8 cans of it in my basement. I had to convince my wife that it's a health-care cost, though, given the fact that it reduces chances of type II diabetes (even though I already have that). Whistle

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I feel sorry for you because your store don't sell the Stewart's brand. I have a son who lives in WI and when he comes to visit, he likes the Stewart brand too. I think, although not 100% positive, that Woodman's store in Rockford, IL sells this brand. I will look next time I am in that store.
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(04-25-2014 09:56 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  I'm kind of depressed. Back in Indiana I used to be able to purchase Stewart's 100% Columbian coffee. Here in Dixon, IL no one sells it anywhere near here. Even the local Walmart doesn't carry it.

My life is very rough. Oh-jeez Bigwink

..but at least I previously stocked up on it, and currently have about 8 cans of it in my basement. I had to convince my wife that it's a health-care cost, though, given the fact that it reduces chances of type II diabetes (even though I already have that). Whistle

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