High-fat intake with caffeine can spike blood glucose, study says

Canadian researchers found a 65% increase in blood glucose levels among participants who drank two cups of coffee five hours after consuming a fatty drink and a sugar beverage compared with those who were not subjected to a high-fat beverage. The study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, suggests that people with diabetes or at risk for the disease should limit their consumption of high-fat foods and caffeine, the lead researcher said.

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