Coffee Reduces Diabetes Risk

More good news for java lovers. Recent research shows your cup of coffee reduces diabetes risk and inflammation. How Coffee Reduces Diabetes Risk A recent study published in Diabetes Care evaluated the effects of caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee in relation to c-peptide - a marker of insulin secretion. Researchers at Harvard measured the c-peptide levels of 2,112 healthy women from the … [Read more...]

Why You Should Choose Shade Grown Coffee

 If you’re like 400 million Americans, you enjoy java. On average, U.S. coffee drinkers consume three and a half cups a day apiece. Choosing coffee that’s organically grown can help reduce your exposure to harmful pesticides and fertilizers. But when it comes to beans, there’s another health aspect to consider—the health of our planet. If your choosing shade grown coffee - which is always … [Read more...]

Can Coffee Ward Off Diabetes, Heart Disease and Stroke?

If you’re a coffee lover, I have some really good news. Your cup o’ joe just might extend your life and reduce your risk for disease, according to recent research published in the New England Journal of Medicine. After decades of research on coffee and health, AARP and the National Institutes of Health paired up to conduct the largest study ever done on Americans’ favorite beverage. The … [Read more...]

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