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Coffee consumption and cholesterol management

This is the fourth of five blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Background Raised levels of specific types of cholesterol are a key risk […]

Coffee consumption and cardiovascular health patient studies

This is the second of five blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health, concentrating on patient studies and underlying conditions. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Overview Studies in patients with underlying disease conditions, from diabetes to myocardial infarction and hypertension, […]

Coffee consumption and cardiovascular health

This is the first of five blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Overview A wide variety of studies, both large and small, have been […]

Coffee consumption and type 2 diabetes – Part 3

This is the third of three blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and type 2 diabetes, concentrating on the potential mechanisms behind the effects of caffeine consumption on type 2 diabetes. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Potential mechanisms The one thing still […]

Coffee consumption and type 2 diabetes – Part 2

This is the second of three blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and type 2 diabetes, concentrating on the impact coffee consumption has on type 2 diabetes. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Regular coffee consumption linked to a lower risk of type […]

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