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A common daily drink that "reduces" the risk of heart disease and increases longevity!

Coffee has seen a great boom over the years with many people who cannot do without the drink rich in antibiotics and dark color.   Cardiologist Dr. Leonard Bianco said: "In addition to containing antioxidants that can reduce inflammation, there have also been studies suggesting that coffee can reduce the risk of liver cancer, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, colon cancer and stroke."    Obviously, adding cream and sugar can invalidate those health benefits, so it's best to taste your coffee with a little unsweetened milk and calorie-free spices

 


Coffee has seen a great boom over the years with many people who cannot do without the drink rich in antibiotics and dark color.


Cardiologist Dr. Leonard Bianco said: "In addition to containing antioxidants that can reduce inflammation, there have also been studies suggesting that coffee can reduce the risk of liver cancer, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, colon cancer and stroke."


Obviously, adding cream and sugar can invalidate those health benefits, so it's best to taste your coffee with a little unsweetened milk and calorie-free spices including nutmeg and cinnamon, which are known to help stabilize blood sugar.


When it comes to the amount of coffee, it has been observed that drinking one cup a day reduces the chances of dying by 19%


  1. and those drinking two cups of coffee a day have been associated with a 41% reduction in the probability of dying prematurely.
  2. In a study published in the gamma network, the relationship between coffee drinking and mortality was analysed.
  3. The study analyzed the data of about half a million British adults who drank coffee.


Coffee drinkers, even those drinking decaffeinated coffee, were found to be less likely to die from a range of diseases during the 10-year study period.


  • In another study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology
  • further investigation was carried out into coffee consumption, cardiovascular mortality and the overall mortality rate.
  • The study noted: "In all, 508,747 men and women aged 20 to 79 were followed up in Norwegian cardiovascular surveys for an average of 20 years.


The study found that filtered coffee was much better for health than unfiltered coffee.


  • Caffeine, found in coffee, has also been shown to help a person burn fat, help prevent people from overweight or obesity and develop countless health problems.
  • Caffeine, in part because of its stimulant effect on the central nervous system, has been shown to raise metabolism and increase fatty acid oxidation.
  • A study published in April suggested drinking filtered coffee could prevent a heart attack.
  • Cuba's filtered coffee was found to contain about 30 times less concentration of fatty substances that increase fat than unfiltered coffee.


As part of the study, the researchers analyzed the relationship between different ways of brewing coffee and the risk of heart attack and death.


Filtered coffee was associated with a 15% lower risk of death for any cause, regardless of age and gender in lifestyle choices, and a 20% lower risk of death from heart disease in women and 12% in men.


Researchers stated that as with most things in life, moderation is key.