Coffee Guzzlers gets a probable chance of living longer lives

Coffee Guzzlers gets a probable chance of living longer livesA recent study by experts reveals that men and women who drank up to six cups of coffee per day may have the chances of living longer when compared with their counterparts who do not consume coffee. The study that was conducted over a period of thirteen years opined that the death rates decreased as with the increase in the number of cups.

This study was the largest one of its kind based on the coffee drinking habits of more than 400,000 men and women between the ages of 50-71. The final report was published online in the New England Journal of Medicine.          

Mr. Neal Freedman from the National Institute of Health who was the lead author of this study has observed that the effect on mortality was seen in both men and women with different body weights who were either non-smokers or quit smoking. These studies were in direct contrast to what was observed previously when drinking of coffee was deemed to be detrimental to health.

 

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