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Coffee has been one of the people’s favourite beverages for generations. We love this bitterly pleasant beverage. Here’s one statistic from last year to prove that: the average annual global consumption up until 2020 reached more than 400 billion cups. Since its earliest discovery, allegedly in Ethiopia, the variety of coffee has increased manifold. But the ways to consume coffee have multiplied many times more.
We know coffee is tasty and wakes you up in the morning, and in moderate amounts is good for your gut health, but how good is coffee for those of you with diabetes or concerned with risks for diabetes? That is the topic we are exploring in this video.
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