Study Shows Coffee Reduces Diabetes Risk in Women
Coffee produces a protein which appears to regulate sex hormones in women, in turn, reducing their risk of developing diabetes, according to a study released by UCLA. The protein has been shown to protect against diabetes.
The study found women who drank four cups of coffee a day were less than half as likely to develop diabetes than those who did not drink any coffee. Decafinated coffee did not appear to produce the same effect on the risk on diabetes.
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