Recent finding published in the Diabetologia Journal concludes that consumption of soft drinks increase the risks of type 2 diabetes. More importantly the publication also suggests that water or unsweetened tea or coffee are the best alternatives to prevent type 2 diabetes.
Tea has been reported more and more often to have health benefits preventing stroke and even with diabetes but not students have made a tea for a particular health purpose. The Indonesian Salak fruit peel made into tea for diabetes is now on the market. It has been reported that students of the Agriculture Faculty… Continue reading Salak Fruit Peel Made into Tea for Diabetes
Recent studies have found that Green tea can prevent Diabetic Retinopathy , meaning the damage to the retina which can be caused by Diabetes. This can lead to blindness. Diabetes is not often thought to affect vision but it can affect the retinas of the eyes. Diabetic retinopathy, as the condition is called, is the… Continue reading Green Tea Can Prevent Diabetic Retinopathy
It has been found that people who drink black tea are less likely to develop type II diabetes. A new analysis of data from 50 countries found that the nations who drank the most black tea also suffered the lowest levels of the metabolic syndrome.Even further, the study published in the British Medical Journal found that… Continue reading Black Tea Can Prevent Diabetes