“Load us up! There’s something truly magical about a cup of coffee. A steaming cup in the morning can help you face the day, a sweating glass of iced coffee will perk you up in the afternoon heat, and a warm mug after dinner helps settle your meal.” – Kevin Loria
Yet people frequently try to limit their coffee consumption for health reasons, fearing negative effects.
Two major studies published July 10 in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, however, should help assuage those fears.
The studies involved more than 700,000 people and found that the more coffee individuals consumed, the less likely they were to die an early death from a number of diseases including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.
And for those who don’t want to consume caffeine because it makes us jittery, no worries, decaf seems to offer the same health benefits.
- Another Study Ties Coffee to Better Survival
- Coffee Consumption Could Help Reduce Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack
- Moderate Coffee Consumption Lowers Risk of Mild Cognitive Impairment
- Coffee consumption may improve survival in patients with colon cancer
- Moderate Coffee Drinking May Prevent Early Death