Apparently coffee + fat = "blood sugar spikes."
"Researcher Marie-Soleil Beaudoin has discovered not only that a healthy person's blood sugar levels spike after eating a high-fat meal, but that the spike doubles after having both a fatty meal and caffeinated coffee -- jumping to levels similar to those of people at risk for diabetes."
I suspect that the science is crap here. My apprehension stems from this odd tidbit:
"...the study is the first to examine the effects of saturated fat and caffeinated coffee on blood sugar levels using a novel fat cocktail which contains only lipids. This specially designed beverage allows researchers to accurately mimic what happens to the body when we ingest fat."
I drink my coffee with my own "novel fat cocktail," a.k.a. heavy cream, as I suspect many here do as well. Should we summarily dismiss this report, or is there anything here of interest?