Growing coffee intake was inversely associated with possibility of diabetes type 2 symptoms in populations of European descent however, data from high-risk Asian populations are missing similar to data on tea intake generally.
We investigated the objective associations between intakes of coffee, black tea, and eco-friendly tea with the risk of diabetes type 2 symptoms in Singaporean Chinese men and women.
We examined data from 36 908 men and women participants inside the Singapore Chinese Health Study aged 45-74 y in 1993-1998 who’d multiple lifestyle measures assessed then were adopted up between 1999 and 2004. We used Cox regression models to check out the association of baseline coffee and tea intakes with incident diabetes type 2 symptoms during follow-up, with adjustment for many possible confounding or mediating variables.
In multivariate models participants reporting > or =4 portions of coffee/d stood a 30% reduction in possibility of diabetes [relative risk (RR): .70 95% CI: .53, .93] as opposed to participants who reported nondaily consumption. Participants reporting > or =1 cup of black tea/d stood a suggestive 14% reduction in possibility of diabetes (RR: .86 95% CI: .74, 1.00) as opposed to participants who reported cups/d, therefore we observed no link with eco-friendly tea.
Regular utilization of coffee and potentially black tea, while not eco-friendly tea, is associated with lower possibility of diabetes type 2 symptoms in Asian men and women in Singapore.
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ARKIN: So a sugar patient who is trying to lower blood sugar level can have dark coffee ! Right ?