Lower Your Diabetes Death Risk with THESE Drinks!
Diabetes is bad news.
Complications like diabetic neuropathy, diabetic retinopathy, and increased risk of amputations can make your life miserable.
And your increased risk of complications like heart disease, kidney disease, and diabetic ketoacidosis can cut your life short.
But researchers have found a way for type 2 diabetics to beat the odds.
A recent study has shown that two popular drinks can lower the risk of all-cause mortality among people with type 2 diabetes.
A lot of research has been done on green tea and coffee.
Green tea has been shown to have health benefits such as improved brain function, protecting against cancer, and lowering your heart disease risk.
Drinking coffee has been found to help reduce body fat, reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, and fight depression.
And both drinks have individually been shown to lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Based on this track record, researchers wanted to see if drinking BOTH drinks would bring about extra benefits for people with type 2 diabetes.
Researchers followed nearly 5,000 people for about five years. Based on dietary questionnaires, the people were divided into groups based on how much tea and how much coffee they drank.
People who drank the most coffee reduced their risk of dying during that time by 34 percent, and those who drank the most coffee reduced their risk of dying by 38 percent.
Those are impressive numbers in and of themselves.
But for the people who drank BOTH?
They reduce their risk of dying from any cause by a shocking 63 percent.
Specifically, they drank 4 or more cups of green tea daily, and 2 or more cups of coffee.
It was clear that the more people drank, the more they benefitted.
Drinking more green tea and/or coffee is a simple thing to do to boost your health and possibly even extend your life.
Why not start today?
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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