Q&A with a Doctor: Start limiting your caffeine if you want better control over your blood sugars
Dear Dr. Uppal:"I'm a 'coffeeholic' and I'm diabetic. I need help! Does extra coffee consumption cause my diabetes to worsen?" Caffeine affects your blood sugarsHealth Stuff TO Know.
Natural Morning Energy Booster
Coffee is the beverage of choice for most at breakfast. Americans drink coffee throughout the day. Nine out of ten older coffee drinkers have a cup with breakfast. Compared to seven out of ten among 18-24-year-olds. The popularity of single brew machines soared almost 50% in the last five years.
Beyond Caffeine, Medical Experts Debate if Coffee is Physically or Psychologically Addictive
This article is free of opinion and bias, and is based solely on science and accredited media reports. No medical advice is offered herein on the part of the author. All listed theories and facts within this article are fully-attributed to several medical experts, scientists, and media outlets, including The New York Times, National Cancer Institute research fellow Erikka Loftfield, National Library of Medicine, JAMA Internal Medicine, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the Food and Drug Administration, Healthline.com, DrugFree.org, WebMD, Wikipedia, Miho Hatanaka, RDN, L.D., Jon E. Grant, J.D., M.D., M.P.H.1, and Samuel R. Chamberlain, M.D., Ph.D.2.
Why Do People Start Their Day With Coffee
As of December 2021, 7.9 billion people live on Earth. About 30-40% or 3 billion of this population has a cup of joe daily. But, in the USA, around 65% of Americans consume coffee every day.
The Research Behind Fat Loss And Coffee
Research has shown that coffee consumption contributes to weight loss. A recent Harvard study associates 4 cups of coffee with moderate fat loss. The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers found that four cups of coffee reduces body fat by 4%. The findings are from a 24-week investigation involving 126 overweight, non-insulin-sensitive adults.