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The Mystery of Coffee and Diabetes

Mar 2, 2011... Is coffee good or bad for diabetes? Some studies show that coffee is protective, while others say it's harmful. Some say decaf is better; others ...


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Decaf Coffee May Improve Memory in Type 2s

Feb 17, 2012... Preliminary research conducted in mice adds another piece to the coffee and diabetes puzzle, indicating that decaffeinated coffee may help ...


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Coffee vs. Tea

Nov 14, 2012... A new study shows protective effects from drinking tea for diabetes, while others have hinted that coffee might be more powerful.


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Coffee, Tea, and Diabetes Risk

Dec 24, 2009... Drinking more coffee — both regular and decaffeinated — and tea appears to lower the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, according to new ...


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Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Reversed?

Jun 6, 2012... So I have no breakfast just coffee and cream. ... I do drink coffee and I have read that that is supposed to be good for you and can even help you ...


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Coffee Linked With Lower Stroke Risk

Mar 19, 2010... Drinking one cup of coffee per day, either regular or decaffeinated, is associated with a roughly 30% reduced risk of stroke, according to a ...


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Diabetes Drugs: Metformin

Aug 14, 2009... I can have 4 cups of coffee with 1 tsp of sugar because i am on the go ... of Cheerios in the morning plus 1 coffee get a reading of 14. before I ...


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Caffeine: Friend or Foe? (Part 1)

Mar 31, 2008... Coffee beans, tea leaves, and cocoa nuts are natural sources of caffeine, but caffeine is added to many other beverages and foods, including ...


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Caffeine: Friend or Foe? (Part 2)

Apr 7, 2008... How many of you are nursing a cup of coffee or tea or guzzling a can of diet cola as you read this? (I admit, I just polished off a glass of Diet ...


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Weighty Matters: What's New in the Weight-Control Arena...

Apr 2, 2012... No one is saying you should make your morning coffee with green (unroasted) coffee beans. But a very small study (only 16 people) showed ...


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Can Cinnamon Help You Control Your Diabetes?

Oct 10, 2006... Then, try sprinkling cinnamon on cereal and toast, or in your coffee, tea, or cocoa, spread out over the day. Another option is to take cassia ...


12

Say No to Joe?

Jun 12, 2013... A new study suggests that a compound found in coffee may increase the risk of glucose intolerance. What's the skinny on that latte?


13

Milk — Good or Bad for Diabetes?

Jul 5, 2012... I don't usually drink milk but do put either milk or cream in my coffee. ..... I mainly eat cheese, and I drink very little milk except for tea and coffee.


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Caffeine May Affect Blood Glucose Levels

Feb 1, 2008... These people were all regular coffee drinkers before the study started and treated their diabetes with diet, exercise, and oral medicines, but not ...


15

Fat Burners: Can Certain Foods Really Make You Slim?

Jul 6, 2009... ... drink coffee with caffine to increase calorie burning or take excedrine and it works very well it doesn't matter what you it it matters how you eat ...


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Summertime Thirst Quenchers: More Than You Bargained For (Part 1)

Aug 3, 2009... Usually they're filled with some kind of iced coffee (probably a Coffee Coolatta) from Dunkin' Donuts, but sometimes they're from Starbucks ...


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The Buzz on Energy Drinks

Aug 17, 2009... Usually containing much more caffeine than soda, tea, or coffee, these drinks are marketed towards teens and young adults and are often ...


18

Diabetes and Your Eyes — More Than Retinopathy

Oct 24, 2012... I think I get it a little after coffee, but it takes more coffee than tea to make it blurry. I thought it was the caffeine raising my blood sugar, but as I've ...


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A Tale of Two Sweeteners: Part 1 — Splenda

Jul 8, 2013... I also use Original Saccharin for coffee, only. Ingredients: Sodium ... For my coffee I use sugar, a small amount. I like unsweet tea. For my cereal ...


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Preventing Diabetes: More Steps You Can Take

Aug 20, 2012... Drink coffee. It may seem odd to people that drinking coffee is actually a good thing, but apparently it's true. Three compounds in coffee ...



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