Coffee and tea may impact early mortality risk for diabetic persons

Adults with diabetes who drink coffee and tea have a lower risk of early death compared to those who don't consume these beverages.

The study found that drinking at least one cup of coffee or tea per day was associated with a 12% lower risk of early death.

Drinking more than one cup per day was linked to a 41% lower risk of early death.

The benefits of coffee and tea were seen regardless of whether the beverages contained caffeine or not.

The study also found that drinking sugary drinks was associated with a higher risk of early death for those with diabetes.

The research highlights the importance of making healthy diet and lifestyle choices for those with diabetes.

Further research is needed to determine the exact mechanisms behind the protective effects of coffee and tea for adults with diabetes.