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Diabetic men clear for coffee consumption


NEW YORK Recent studies show no correlation between coffee consumption and risk of heart disease among diabetic men.

Prior to the research by Rob M. van Dam and his colleagues at Harvard School of Public Health, coffee consumption was believed to slow diabetic’s ability to process glucose. However, data from van Dam’s research contradict such findings, declaring that even more than four cups per day does not increase the risk of heart disease or probability of death.

"Our findings do not support the hypothesis that habitual caffeinated coffee consumption increases risk of cardiovascular events or mortality among individuals with Type 2 diabetes," the authors conclude.

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