Drinking Coffee Actually Has Health Benefits, Study Finds

Posted November 26, 2017

A new study which looked at almost 220 studies on this brew found that moderate coffee drinkers are likely to have reduced risk of diseases like cancer, cirrhosis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

The researchers concluded that drinking coffee regularly resulted in a lower risk of heart disease and even death compared with drinking no coffee at all.

Good news for the coffee lovers, as per studies it was revealed by the scientists on Wednesday that the people who consume three to four cups of coffee a day experience more health benefits than the ones who consume less.

Because a large review of previous studies, published in the British Medical Journal, claims that supping three to four cups of the stuff might actually be beneficial to our health. But liver diseases stood out as having the greatest benefit compared with other conditions.

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Regardless of which type of milk, milk substitute, or sweetener you reach for, the research shows that black coffee is the safest and simplest way to consume coffee and reap its health benefits.

'Factors such as age, whether people smoked or not and how much exercise they took could all have had an effect, ' he says.

"I think now we can be reasonably reassured that overall, coffee drinking is a safe habit", said Dr. Eliseo Guallar, professor of epidemiology and medicine at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, per Time.

"Coffee was also associated with an increased risk of fracture in women".

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Pregnant women are advised by the NHS to drink no more than two cups a day.

Though the group will soon begin their next phase to study the effect coffee has on the liver, Poole added coffee enthusiasts should still "try to make it as healthy as possible" and steer clear of the sugar. As a disclaimer, the researchers also said that people shouldn't drink coffee as a way to prevent disease or cure illnesses.

The European Food Safety Agency advises drinking no more than four cups a day.

However, drinking lots of coffee has an environmental downside.

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This is not the first discovery of coffee's positive benefits.