Yes, coffee works a charm for diabetes - especially for people with type 2 diabetes. Regular consumption might lower the effect on glucose and insulin.
Generally, you can drink arabica coffee without adding any milk because milk may lessen the taste of roasted coffee. However, if you still want to add milk, there’s no harm in it. Pour a half cup of milk into the coffee, plus you can serve with the dates alongside the coffee for that sweet flavour.
Yes, we can drink arabica coffee beans every day. Due to its low caffeine content, you can indulge in 4-5 cups of coffee per day, but try not to exceed this amount.
No, the coffee beans won’t expire, but you have to be careful while storing them. Try to store it in an air-tight container - so that it doesn’t lose its taste.
You can store the roasted whole beans by transferring the content into an airtight container. And, finally stored in a cool, dry, and hygienic place.
In comparison to other coffee bean types, arabica coffee is smoother, milder, sweeter, and fruity. Therefore, people of any age can drink this coffee.