New Study Rules Out Negative Effects of Coffee

mugs filled with hot coffeeDo you enjoy a few cups of joe every day? There is nothing wrong with that!

Previous studies indicated that high coffee consumption can stiffen the arteries, restricting proper blood flow and leading to risk of heart attack or stroke.

But, recent evidence suggests that drinking more than one cup of coffee a day has no effect on your heart health.

Good News for Coffee Lovers

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) discovered that drinking more than 25 cups of coffee a day has no bearing on your likelihood of suffering from a heart attack.

The study included over 8,000 coffee drinkers, ranging from individuals who drink less than one cup a day up to more than three. The study followed up with coffee candidates ten years later, debunking any claims that high coffee consumption has any impact on your arteries.

The 2018 study leads researchers to believe that the caffeinated beverage actually boosts chances of longevity- even for those drinking 8 cups a day!

Learn more about BHF’s findings.

Don’t Diss the Java

Coffee drinkers should be encouraged to keep their mugs full! Other studies have claimed that coffee improves how the body uses insulin, decreases risk of diabetes and reduces inflammation.

Science claims that coffee can:

Learn more about the possible benefits of coffee for your health.

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