Sunday, March 4, 2012

Coffee Drinking Habits Doesn't Trigger Chronic Disease

For some people drinking coffee is a habit that can not be abandoned, in addition, it was thought that coffee drinking can cause disease, such as high blood pressure. Coffee lovers do not need to worry with the threat or risk of chronic disease. Throughout implement a healthy lifestyle and active, coffee remains a good habit and do not pose a serious threat to health.

Studies involving more than 40,000 people for nearly a decade. Research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition at once against a number of previous studies that indicate a risk of increasing coffee drinking to heart disease, cancer, stroke and many more.This means that drinking coffee is not harmful trigger chronic diseases

The next "Our results suggest that coffee consumption is not harmful to healthy adults related to the development of chronic diseases," said Anna Floegel, principal investigator who is also an epidemiologist at the German Potsdam-Rehbruecke. This latest study shows, people who like to drink coffee have a greater risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease or cancer. In fact, coffee drinking habits associated with lower risk of type 2 diabetes.

Lower risk of diabetes
In the early stages of research, scientists gather information about the coffee drinking habits, diet, exercise and health of over 42,000 people in German adults without chronic conditions. For the next nine years, the team follow up on participants' health conditions every two or three years to see if they develop health problems, kardivaskular, stroke, heart attack, diabetes and cancer.

On the other hand, the researchers even found participants who drink coffee have a lower risk for type 2 diabetes have the disease, rather than those who drank no coffee. Among those who drank four cups a day, as much as 3.2 percent in the end is known to have type 2 diabetes. While participants who do not drink coffee as much as 3.6 percent berisko type 2 diabetes. After taking into account factors that may affect diabetes, such as weight and smoking, the researchers determined that those who like to drink coffee 23 percent less likely to develop diabetes.

But these findings do not necessarily indicate that coffee has an important role to prevent type 2 diabetes, but experiments in animals have suggested that certain chemicals found in coffee can positively influence the metabolism.
"We do not encourage people to start drinking coffee if they do not like it. But the overall evidence of health effects of drinking coffee and showed that there was no reason for people without specific medical conditions to reduce their coffee consumption to reduce the risk of chronic disease," said Rob van Damn, professor of National University of Singapore, who was not involved in the study.

Coffee drinking habits do not apply to everyone, but for coffee fans should know the good and the dangers of the habit of drinking coffee, of this invention you do not have to worry anymore to drink coffee every day