Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Drinking Coffee After Eating, Can Disturb Health

Drinking Coffee and Healthy
Are you or your family have a habit of drinking coffee after a meal? From now on try to stop the habit, because according to researchers from the University of Guelph in Canada, drinking coffee after eating foods that contain fat can increase blood sugar levels doubled.

Apparently, fat affects the body's ability to produce insulin and distribute it to the muscles that trigger blood sugar rises to the level of potentially dangerous.

"Finally we found that fatty and caffeinated coffee could damage the communication between the intestine and pancreas, which can cause we can not clean the sugar from the body easily," said study author, Marie-Soleil Beaudoin.

The research team found that those who drank two cups of caffeinated coffee drinks five hours after digesting fatty foods will find that his blood sugar levels 32 percent higher than those who do not eat fatty foods or beverages. In subsequent testing, showed that blood sugar levels increased by 65 percent compared to when the respondent does not digest fat and caffeinated coffee.

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