Four Cups of Coffee a Day Associated with the Lower Risk of Early Death
According to a new research, a high intake of coffee, at least four cups of coffee a day, may cut the risk of premature death.
A team of scientists examined data from the Seguimiento Universidad de Navarra (SUN) Project, a large long-term study started in 1999. The project recruited 19,896 university graduates and followed them up with diet and lifestyle questionnaires every 2 years over a 10-year period.
The research found that those participants who had at least four cups of coffee a day had 65% lower risk of dying from all causes compared to those who said they never or almost never drank coffee.
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