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Coffee and Blood Sugar

8/29/2017
No doubt a donut or two will get your blood sugar going places. But you can have a rise after you have coffee -- even black coffee with no calories -- thanks to the caffeine.

The same goes for black tea, green tea, and energy drinks. Each person with diabetes reacts to foods and drinks differently, so it's best to keep track of your own responses.

Ironically, other compounds in coffee may help prevent type 2 diabetes in healthy people.  Join us for this year's "Local Care here for You" the Health Fair at Oswego Community Hospital on September 14th.

We will have coffee and breakfast for you after you have your tests. This no cost Health Fair is a free service of Oswego Community Hospital.


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