Every Extra Cup of Coffee Boosts Your Longevity by 8%
A new research from the University of Colorado, published by the American Heart Association, finds that every extra cup of coffee is enough to decrease the risk of stroke by 8% and heart failure by 7%.
For the study, a team of scientists used a machine to analyzed data from the long-running Framlingham Heart study, which has investigated cardiovascular disease for more than sixty years.
Laura Stevens, the first author of the study, says: “The association between drinking coffee and a decreased risk of heart failure and stroke was consistently noted in all three studies. The work showed that each additional cup per day had an associated decrease in each outcome.”
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