Scientists say, Drink Coffee and Live Longer Life

The European study, surveyed more than 520,000 people across 10 countries, and also found that those who drank several cups of coffee a day had a lower risk of death than those who did not drink coffee. Gunter's study did find that women who drank coffee were more likely to die of cancer during the follow-up period than non-drinkers, which might sound scary.

The findings have reignited the centuries-old conversation on coffee's health effects.

Previous research has suggested that drinking coffee can reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, liver disease, and some cancers.

However, this isn't the first research to indicate that coffee may improve your health.

It's your lucky day, coffee drinkers.

Researchers have discovered the benefits of drinking coffee are seen in 10 countries.

The liver was an organ that fared especially well among the coffee drinkers. "Coffee consumption can be incorporated into a healthy diet and lifestyle and really there is no long-term harm", Seiawan says.

"This study includes minorities who have very different lifestyles". Additionally, participants reported their coffee drinking habits, and updated them every 5 years. By the end of the study, about 60,000 people had died.

It turned out that coffee drinkers had somewhat better survival odds.

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Two long-term studies with a total of 700,000 participants show that coffee-drinkers have a lower risk of dying from multiple causes, in particular from circulatory and gastrointestinal diseases. Increasing the consumed quantity of coffee also led to a decrease of the risks by 18 percent.

A second study in the same journal seemed to back up the claim.

For the study, the Setiawan and her team analyzed data on more than 215,000 adults ages 45 to 75 from a variety of ethnicities. During the investigation, almost 42,000 died.

"Pro-rata, that's as if that cup of coffee puts, on average, around nine minutes on a man's life, and around three minutes on a woman's". In this study, researchers sought to examine whether they could replicate earlier studies that showed health benefits and decreased mortality for European Caucasians among non-white participants.

According to the accompanying editorial, a protective effect of coffee is biologically plausible because polyphenols and other bioactive compounds in it have antioxidant properties, which are linked to reduced insulin resistance, inflammation, and biomarkers of liver function.

Two large studies were published today in the Annals of Internal Medicine that took a look at our favorite morning drink, and how it may be affecting our overall health.

The "conclusions will not lead me to start drinking coffee or to recommend people drink more coffee as a way to lessen their risks for heart disease", said Naveed Sattar, professor of metabolic medicine at the University of Glasgow.

There are also potential downsides to coffee, noted Guallar, a professor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. It might be that people who can afford three cups of coffee a day are richer and that extra money, in some way, helps protect their health.

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