India may not be the land of coffee, but anyone who visits South India cannot leave without sipping the Mylapore Filter Coffee from Madras. The love for filter coffee is all over the world. The person who loves coffee is known as ‘amante de’, cafe=lover made of coffee. Coffee has stimulating qualities because of which people who drink coffee are more relaxed. Coffee is a great winter drink.
Researchers have recently found that 3 cups of filtered coffee a day can protect you from diabetes. The research has found out that intake of filter coffee will protect you from the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine, that the choice of preparation method of the filter coffee has effects on health. Reportedly, the findings from the Chalmers University of Technology and Umea University in Sweden offers news insights and differentiates between the effects of a filter coffee and boiled coffee.
Rikard Landberg, Researcher and Professor at Umea University said, “The results clearly show that filtered coffee has positive effects in terms of reducing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. But boiled coffee does not have this effect.” Accordingly, the researchers were able to show that, people who drank 2 or 3 cups of filtered coffee had 60% lower risk than people who drank less than 1 cup of filtered coffee of developing type 2 diabetes. Consumption of boiled coffee had no effect on the diabetes risk according to the study.