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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Reduce Risk of Early Death by Drinking Coffee

Two large long-term studies in Europe and the US, showed benefits from having one to three cups of coffee a day.
Despite the findings, scientists have said that they do not understand the reasons why, and it could be down to other lifestyle factors.
Professor Elio Riboli from Imperial College London has said any coffee will reduce your risk.
"We found that the same results in 10 European countries from the espresso to the Norwegian filter coffee, coffee came out associated with reducing mortality," he said.

Importants Points to Note About Drinking Coffee:

1. It also reduced the risk of dying from digestive diseases by 51 per cent for men, and 40 per cent for women, and lowered the risk of death from circulatory disease for women by 22 per cent.


2.  Coffee drinkers have healthier livers overall and better glucose control than non-coffee drinkers.

3. Coffee contains a lot of antioxidants and phenolic compounds that play an important role in cancer prevention.

4.  Higher coffee consumption was associated with a lower risk of death from any cause, and specifically for circulatory diseases, and digestive diseases.

5. Drinking more coffee was associated with a more favourable liver function profile and immune response.

In conclusion, moderate coffee drinking - up to around three cups per day - is not detrimental to your health, and that incorporating coffee into your diet could have health benefits.

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