A study that at San Diego's University revealed that people who drink coffee have a lower risk of getting ill from type 2 diabetes. Also small risk of getting ill from diabetes for people who stopped drinking coffee.
They don't know the reason form that as they called it surprising defensive effect, but it is for sure that it's not caffeine because in the research decaffeinate coffee was also tested.
The study was performed on 910 men and women who were 50 years or older and healthy. Eight years later the people that stopped drinking coffee and those who were drinking coffee were less likely to show any symptoms. The scientists don't yet know how much coffee you need to drink so you can have defense from diabetes but this is cool news for coffee drinkers everywhere.
1. Lower Risk of Type 2 Diabetes - The trend of drinking coffee being associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the food and beverage industry, specifically in the development of functional coffee products with enhanced health benefits.
2. Surprising Defensive Effect - The trend of coffee having a surprising defensive effect against diabetes opens up disruptive innovation opportunities in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, including the development of new treatments or preventive measures for diabetes based on coffee compounds.
3. Health Benefits of Coffee - The trend of discovering the health benefits of coffee, such as its potential to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, creates disruptive innovation opportunities in the wellness and nutrition industries, encouraging the creation of coffee-based products that promote health and wellbeing.
1. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can leverage the trend of coffee's lower risk of type 2 diabetes by introducing innovative coffee products that actively promote health and prevent diabetes.
2. Pharmaceutical - The pharmaceutical industry can explore the trend of coffee's defensive effect against diabetes to develop new drugs or therapies that utilize the beneficial compounds found in coffee.
3. Wellness and Nutrition - The wellness and nutrition industry can capitalize on the trend of coffee's health benefits by creating coffee-based products that cater to health-conscious consumers and promote overall wellbeing.