Find out the effects of coffee on everything from the heart to brain health.
Over the years, there have been a lot of arguments about how good or bad coffee is.
Now, science has taken a stand, and that is: coffee is good for the health.
“Drinking moderate amounts of coffee is linked to lower rates of pretty much all cardiovascular disease,” Healthcare Triage’s writer, John Green, says.
“Even consumers who are at the very high end of the spectrum appear to have minimal, if any, ill effects.”
Other science backed benefits of coffee include:
Reduces the risk of strokes.
Lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Coffee has been found to lower the risk of liver cancer, drink two cups of coffee day to have a 40 percent lower risk of liver cancer.
Lowers the risk of Parkinson’s disease, age-related cognitive decline, and a potential protective effect against Alzheimer’s disease.
Drinking coffee has been linked to a “significantly reduced chance of death.” This was discovered in two meta-analysis — one reviewing 20 studies with approximately one million participants’ medical data and a second reviewed 17 studies with more than one million participants .
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