This excerpt comes from PART THREE of my book, where I talk about the science behind energy drink ingredients!
Large studies involving thousands of people across multiple countries have shown the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus decreases as coffee consumption increases. [Higdon, J.F. and B.Frei.2006. Coffee and Health: A Review of Recent Human Research. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 46:101-123]
We haven’t done a deep-dive here on GreenEyedGuide to discuss chlorogenic acid, but it’s worth noting chlorogenic acid might be one reason for the coffee/diabetes association:
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Big shout out to @greeneyedguide for providing me with a copy of her book… like her instagram the book is filled with numerous facts about energy drinks down to their ingredients. Again thank you for this!”