Caffeine consumption

Now coffee lovers have another reason to rejoice; the latest study found that drinking caffeine regularly can add more years to your beautiful life. This study shows people who consume coffee have death rates almost two-thirds lower when compared to non-coffee drinkers.

The study has led by Adela Navarro, a cardiologist at the Hospital de Navarra in Spain. Some of the Spanish experts found that drinking four cups of coffee daily can promote longevity.

According to Adela Navarro, Coffee is among the most broadly consumed beverages around the globe. He further added, in our research, we saw a reverse association between drinking coffee and the risk of death, mainly in people aged 45 years and more have witnessed 30% less in mortality rate.

In the finding published at the European Society of Cardiology Congress which was held in Barcelona, Spain, people who drink two cups a day may experience as much as a 22% drop in mortality.

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Earlier several studies proved the other advantages of caffeine consumption daily. Coffee is also rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic and other beneficial properties which are beneficial for those having chronic liver diseases. Drinking coffee can improve energy levels, lightens your mood make you smarter. Several studies show that caffeine can stimulate weight loss by burning fat in the body and boost the metabolic rate.

The researchers explained coffee drinkers have a lower risk of getting type II diabetes that currently afflicts about 300 million people worldwide.

Despite many befits, anything that is taken over the limit can be harmful to your body. People should not take more than 400mg of caffeine in a day.

Dr. Ming Ding, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health,” If you drink a moderate amount of caffeine, it is okay to keep your habit. There is not enough evidence that you should drink more coffee for the sake of longer life expectancy.”

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