- • People who drank three to four cups of coffee per day had a nearly 25 percent lower risk of diabetes than those who drank none or just two cups a day.
- • Those who drank three to four cups of decaf coffee per day had about one-third lower risk of diabetes than those who drank none.
- • Tea drinkers showed a one-fifth lower risk of diabetes over those drinking no tea.
Drinking coffee or tea is just one tool to fight developing diabetes. Weight loss — even just 5 to 10 percent of your body weight — along with daily physical activity such as a brisk 30-minute walk can reduce your risk of developing diabetes by 40 to 50 percent.
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