Ok! Conclusion first! The answer is “yes.”
#coffee is working for decreasing the risk of #diabetes.
There are some advantages proved in long-term coffee consumption. (Ranheim and Halvorsen, 2005)
1. Decreasing small dense LDL (a kind of bad cholesterol
2. Decreasing G6P (related to blood sugar
3. Increasing insulin sensitivity
4. Increasing fat oxidation
5. Increasing mobilization of glycogen
6. Increasing lipolysis
7. Decreasing body fat
So technically, consuming coffee could help to lose your weight as well. Additionally, it could reduce the risk of coronary artery disease.
Furthermore, you drink more, it works better! Who consume >6 cups of coffee per day have the lowest risk of diabetes compared to other people. (Salazar-Martinez, 2004)
The scientists also indicated that decaf coffee and tea are as good as normal coffee as well. (Dam, 2006)
BUT! Please, pay attention! These researches were based on black coffee or espresso without any sugar or milk, which might ironically increase the risk. Moreover, what kind of substance makes coffee work on preventing diabetes is unknown, so please drinking coffee directly, instead of taking extract of coffee or caffeine. (Huxley, 2009)
If you are an Asian, you might consider your gene is not suitable for too much coffee as well. It might cause palpitations. Last but not least, considering coffee is -10 for risk of diabetes, but eating too much and bad lifestyle could be +1000 for risk of diabetes. In conclusion, a #GoodLifestyle and adequate/balanced diet is the most important way to keep healthy.
Such a good beverage, why could you resist? Additionally, fresh coffee bean is the best coffee bean. Come to visit our good and decent freshly baked #LazaCoffee.
At the same time, #ERADER which could help stimulating ERAD and antioxidize* could be good for your health as well!
*these statements was examined in vivo and in vitro, and not been approved by FDA yet.