Koffie verlaagt de kans op suikerziekte type 2

Research Question:
Diabetes type 2 is associated with a high degree of morbidity and premature death. Several potential health effects by drinking coffee are extensively studied, but the data on the coffee consumption and the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus (type 2 diabetes) are only recently published. The purpose of this review article was therefore to find out if there is a relationship between drinking coffee and the development of type 2 diabetes.

Drinking coffee lowers the chances of getting diabetes type 2?

Study Design:
This overview article contained 13 cohort studies and 1247387 participants whose 9473 patients with diabetes type 2.

Results and conclusions:
The researchers found that people who went 4-6 cups and more than 6-7 cups of coffee per day drunk, had a reduced risk of getting type 2 diabetes than those who drank less than 2 cups of coffee per day.

Advantage of filtered coffee about pot boiled, decaffeinated coffee over caffeinated coffee and stronger inverse correlation in the age group younger than 60 years were also found.

The researchers concluded that drinking coffee (4-6 cups and more than 6-7 cups of coffee per day) the chances of getting type 2 sugar reduced. However, on the basis of this review article, it can increase the consumption of coffee in order to improve the public health not be recommended.

Original title:
Coffee to Reduce Risk of Type 2 Diabetes? : A Systematic Review by Arti M, Prasad M and Monali S.


Additional information about El Mondo:
The overview article of cohort studies do not show a causal link but can answer the question: "should diet be changed or not?".
Read more about the study design cohort study in the presentation.