Although the caffeine which in coffee can often be addictive, recent studies show that it might not be such a bad thing to continue the routine of having coffee daily. As documented by two studies which were published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, being a coffee drinker may reduce the risk of death by stroke or heart disease. The possible benefits for health from drinking coffee aren’t a new idea, neither is the chance of a longer life from those tiny little brown beans.
The results of a study that was done with more than 185,000 people who drank either decaf or caffeinated – with there being little to no difference regardless of kind – had a lesser risk of dying from stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, diabetes, or cancer when in Japanese, Latinos, African-Americans or Americans.
Associate professor of preventative medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California and lead author of the study, Veronica W. Setiawan, said that, “Seeing a similar pattern across different populations gives stronger biological backing to the argument that coffee is good for you whether you are white, African-American, Latino or Asian”, although she also mentioned that, “We cannot say drinking coffee will prolong your life, but we see an association”.
It is yet to come to light why coffee can do these things for people’s health.
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