Americans are known to run on coffee. According to Bloomberg, about 83 percent of US adults drink the dark and delicious beverage, and that number is on the rise. But coffee isn’t only good for helping you wake up. On the contrary, even those who choose decaffeinated coffee could be experiencing some significant health benefits from the java. A new study suggests whether you choose regular or decaf, you could be reducing your risk of diabetes. Read more
Monday, May 19, 2014
Coffee Reduces Diabetes Risk: Caffeine or Not
A new study discovered that both regular coffee and decaffeinated coffee reduce diabetes risk.