Green Coffee Extract Positively Impacts Diabetics

Published By : 24 Mar 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Scientists have been studying the benefits of green coffee bean extracts for a several years to understanding the benefits it has to offer for diabetics around the globe. Type 2 diabetes is a metabolic disorder that leads to mismanagement of glucose levels in the blood stream. It makes the body resistant to insulin or the body stops producing insulin all together. 

Some of the studies conducted by scientists show that consumption of coffee has some positive effects on the body and can reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. One such research that studied 17,000 Dutch women and men showed that consuming good amount of coffee, about seven cups or more than that a day, can remarkable bring down the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

The green coffee bean extract is found in the unroasted coffee bean. The levels of chlorogenic acid, an antioxidant, are much higher in this type of coffee bean. The chlorogenic acid found in the green coffee has health benefits not just for diabetics, but also for heart patients and for those intending to lose weight.

Last year the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Biochemisty published the way chlorogenic acid, caffeine, and coffee affects the blood sugar levels of diabetic rats. The report stated that green coffee bean extract can help in preventing the brain damage that diabetes can cause. The extract also helped in lowering anxiety and improving memory, as compared to regular coffee or caffeine. 

A study by Journal of International Medical Research stated that chlorogenic acid found in instant coffee also reduces absorption of glucose in fat or obese people.
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