Health News Tips

January 15, 2012

 In a study published in the Journal of Nutrition (April 2011), blood glucose levels were reported to rise to twice the normal level after consuming caffeine with a high fat meal. The results of their study shows that saturated fat interferes with the body's ability to remove excess glucose from the blood and when combined with caffeine, the results can be worse. Of note is that this effect can last for hours, so what you eat at breakfast or lunch, can affect how your body responds to food later in the day.



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