Wish to Cut Short Risk of Diabetes? Drink At Least Four Cups of Tea a Day
Findings in a recent study have claimed that best way to decline risk associated with development of diabetes is to drink at least four cups of tea daily.
Researchers notified that they took into consideration habits of more than 12,000 sufferers of Type-2 diabetes, residing across Europe, especially their tea drinking routine.
It was examined that those of who were in habit of drinking at least four cups of tea a day, were at 20% less risk of developing diabetes.
However, the researchers exaggerated that the heavy drinkers were at more benefits, instead of those, who drank only one to three cups of tea a day.
However, at the same time they suggested that drinking tea in excess, made especially from only milk and sugar, will pose problems for the health.
Study author Christian Herder of the Leibniz Center for Diabetes Research at Heinrich Heine University in Germany, said “Obesity is a major risk factor for the development of type 2 diabetes, but dietary factors may also play a role. One dietary factor of interest is tea consumption”.
He affirmed that since a long time, tea has been suggested to have lot of medicinal value. Rather, many health experts recommend that drinking tea is much better for health, in comparison to coffee.
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