Can coffee affect blood work results?

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Yes, it has caffeine in it and can alter your blood work results.

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No, if you ingest anything other than water the results will be inaccurate. Some people believe that black coffee will not have an affect on glucose, however the caffeine alone has an impact on the pancreas which in turn effects insulin, which effects glucose.

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