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Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Health Research: Study says Coffee increases life span, prevents death

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Greater consumption of coffee could lead to a longer life, according to two new studies.
Coffee is a brewed drink prepared from roasted coffee beans, which are the seeds of berries from the Coffea plant.

The results of a research using different populations have summarised that drinking more coffee could significantly Increase a person’s life span.
People who drank two to four cups a day had an 18% lower risk of death compared with people who did not drink coffee, according to the study.
The new study shows that there is a stronger biological possibility for the relationship between coffee and longevity and found that mortality was inversely related to coffee consumption for heart disease, cancer, respiratory disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease.
Those who drank three or more cups a day had a lower risk of all-cause death than people who did not drink coffee.
Coffee is a complex mixture of compounds, some of which have been revealed in laboratories to have biological effects, Gunter said.
Studies have shown that certain compounds have neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce the risk for illnesses like Parkinson’s disease.
In the European study, people who were drinking coffee tended to have lower levels of inflammation, healthier lipid profiles, and better glucose control compared with those who weren’t. It is still unclear which particular compounds provide health benefits, but Gunter said he would be interested in exploring this further.
The studies complement work that has been done on coffee and mortality, he said, and it has been reasonably documented that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of death.
With all observations from previous studies, however, it’s difficult to exclude the possibility that coffee drinkers are just healthier, to begin with, Gunter said.
“The takeaway message would be that drinking a couple cups of coffee a day doesn’t do you any harm, and actually, it might be doing you some good,” he said.
“Moderate coffee consumption can be incorporated into a healthy diet and lifestyle,” Setiawan said. “This studies and the previous studies suggest that for a majority of people, there’s no long-term harm from drinking coffee.”


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