Two Large Studies: Drinking More Coffee Can Help You Live Longer
Two new large studies, from Europe and the USA, suggest that drinking more coffee can help live longer.
One of the studies analyzed more than 520,000 people from ten European countries and discovered that greater consumption of coffee could significantly decrease the risk of mortality.
Another study focused on studying the coffee effect on non-white populations, surveying over 185,000 African-Americans, Native Americans, Hawaiians, Japanese-Americans, Latinos, and whites. The researchers discovered that coffee raises longevity among various races.
In the European study, people drinking coffee had lower levels of inflammation, healthier lipid profiles, and better glucose control than those who weren't. The American study says that people who drank 2-4 cups of coffee daily had an 18% lower risk of death than people who did not drink coffee.
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