- •We assessed the possible associations of coffee and caffeine with the risk of diabetes and pre-diabetes.
- •A lower risk of pre-diabetes and diabetes was observed in coffee drinkers compared to non-drinkers.
- •Higher intake of caffeine (≥152 vs. <65 mg/d) was accompanied with a significant reduced risk of pre-diabetes.
Background and aim
Methods and Results
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