endocrinology
Risk factors

Caffeine energy drinks send blood glucose out of control

Caffeinated energy drinks – even when sugar free – cause blood glucose and insulin levels to spike, a study in healthy adolescents shows. Results from the study presented at the World Diabetes Congress in Vancouver this week found that teens who drank caffeine-containing energy drinks had a 20-30% increase in insulin and glucose levels. Since caffeine persists ...

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