Eating out in restaurants is a great way to be social and makes for a great date night, but the downside is that many facilities add sugar to the recipe to help increase the flavoring of the food. Due to this reason, it is easy to have a massive sugar spike when eating out and if it happens frequently over the years, the body may react by becoming insulin resistant. Consider eating in and cooking more often so that you know if sugar is added or not. In addition, when you cook at home, it is typically healthier than when you eat out.
There is a plethora of research to support the benefits of drinking coffee. Some studies suggest that drinking coffee regularly can help prevent diabetes by at least 50 percent. This is great news for everyone who enjoys this drink and make sure to add light sugar or a sugar substitute to prevent added sugar in your beverage.