Is Coffee A Miracle Drug?

According to new studies recently published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, enjoying coffee might be linked to a lower chance of death via such things as stroke and heart disease. This is not the first study to claim that drinking coffee could extend one’s life. The health limitations and benefits of consuming coffee have been studied for years now.

One of the more recent research projects studied more than 185,000 American citizens. The subjects included were African-American, Caucasian, Japanese American and Latin-American. The study revealed that those who drank coffee, be it caffeinated or decaffeinated, appeared to be less likely to die from cancer, diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, and stroke. Read more at PRNewswire about Organo Gold.

The group reported details about their personal coffee drinking habits and also updated them every five years. Subjects who said they drank two to three cups of coffee daily reportedly had an 18 percent less probability of death as compared to subjects who didn’t consume coffee during the 16 year evaluation period. The latest European study involved over 520,000 people throughout 10 countries. It indicated that people who enjoyed several cups of coffee every day had less of a risk of death than people who didn’t drink coffee.

Both studies have limitations. Researchers were unable to nail down a causal relationship. They were also unable to explain just why coffee seems to have health benefits.


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