What Are The Pros And Cons Of Coffee

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The health history of coffee just hit the green light after standing at the red one for a quite a while, now. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of coffee throughout the years.

According to 2 recent studies, the more coffee you drink – the longer you’ll live. Results from the studies unfold the ancient polemics about the coffee’s health effects.

One of the studies analyzed over half a million people in 10 different European countries. Which makes it the largest study of it’s kind on coffee and mortality thus far. Scientists found a close link between coffee consumption increase and risks of mortality decrease.

The second study was rather unusual, as it surveyed only non-white populations.

After analyzing over 185.000 Hawaiians, Latinos, Native, Japanese and African-Americans, scientists found that coffee
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Veronica Wendy Setiawan, claims that these results are uniform with all the previous ones from studies on the same subject.

In addition, she explains that the patterns were similar, regarding the fact that all the populations in the study are somehow diverse.

Either due to their susceptibilities, dietary habits or lifestyle in general.

These new studies clearly show a strong biological connection between coffee and the length of life.

They also show the inverse relation between coffee consumption and mortality. Including diseases like diabetes, strokes, cancer, respiratory infections, kidney failures and heart disease.

Moreover, the European study also found an inverse relation between coffee intake and liver disease, cancer in woman, suicide in men, and circulatory/digestive diseases.

Namely, people who drank 3 cups of coffee (or more) a day, had lower death risks compared to those who didn’t drink coffee at all. Annals of Internal Medicine published both studies.

The researchers were looking into the diverse ways of preparation and consumption of the coffee in numerous countries across
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