According to recent reports from Finland, those people that drink at least three cups of coffee per day could be lowering their risk of developing type 2 diabetes . The results were unveiled at a seminar on preventing disease.
A professor of Public Health at the University of Helsinki, Jaako Tuomilehto, reportedly said that Finnish studies found that those who consume more coffee faced lesser risks of developing type 2 diabetes .
The optimum level of coffee was also found to be high, with those drinking three or four cups per day lowering risk by 30 per cent whilst women drinking 10 cups a day took risks down by 79 per cent. Furthermore, those men that drank 10 cups per day lowered their risks by 55 per cent.

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