Drinking Coffee Could Make You Live Longer
Here are highlights:
- Veronica W. Setiawan, lead author of the one of the studies and an associate professor of preventive medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, said in a statement. “If you like to drink coffee, drink up!”
- Setiawan’s research, published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, found that drinking one cup of coffee a day was associated with a 12 percent decrease in risk of death.
- The link was even stronger for people who drank two to three cups a day; that group saw an 18 percent reduced risk of death.
- The benefit was seen regardless of whether people drank regular or decaffeinated coffee, suggesting the effect comes from the coffee itself, not caffeine, the researchers said.
- The second study conducted by the Imperial College found that drinking more coffee was associated with “lower markers of inflammation” and “better markers of liver function.”
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