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For years, coffee has been one of the most popular beverages. This painfully delightful beverage is one of our favorites. Here’s a figure from last year to show it: the average yearly worldwide consumption from now until 2020 will exceed 400 billion cups. Coffee’s diversity has grown exponentially since its claimed discovery in Ethiopia. However, the methods of consuming coffee have increased many times over.
When it comes to coffee and diabetes research, it’s the epitome of difficult. Coffee may impair insulin sensitivity, depending on how acclimated to it you are; occasionally they discovered no relationship between coffee and insulin; some suggest caffeine might help prevent diabetes, but others discovered both normal and decaf had the same impact.
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