3 cups of black tea a day can prevent diabetes

Drinking tea every day is a healthy way of eating healthy food for many middle-aged and elderly people in China. Black tea is also a kind of tea, especially in the summer, more people are actually willing to drink soft black tea. In fact, a few cups of black tea a day can also play a role in preventing diabetes.

Dr. Heristian Hurd, head of the new study, said that early analysis showed that obesity is a major risk factor for type 2 diabetes, but eating habits such as drinking tea can directly affect the incidence of diabetes. Dr. Hurd’s analysis pointed out that drinking tea can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes because drinking tea can affect glucose metabolism, prevent elevated glucose levels, and prevent free radical damage and protect beta cells. These benefits of drinking tea are not related to the polyphenols contained in the tea.

The study involved 26 research centers in eight European countries, including 12,403 patients with type 2 diabetes and thousands of non-diabetics. According to the survey, tea drinking habits in European countries range from less than 4 cups/day for the Spaniards to the British. It was found that drinking tea to reduce the risk of diabetes is most evident in the people who drink the most tea every day. Drinking 4 cups of black tea a day can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by 20%. However, drinking 1-3 cups of tea a day does not seem to prevent diabetes.

Black tea is not only a very good tea for health, but also has a significant positive effect on the prevention of diabetes. Therefore, when you drink tea in the future, you can drink more black tea. You can bring a few cups a day. Not only can you drink it quickly, but you can also prevent diseases. You can do both.