Want to live for 100 years? Coffee may be part of the answer.

Coffee leads to longer life and better health A study responsible for these findings was led by Veronica W. Setiawan of the University of Southern California. The National Cancer Institute funded study followed 180,000 people of different races for an average of 16 years.

The second study, led by Marc J. Gunter of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, was conducted by European scientists from Imperial College London and looked at more than 520,000 coffee drinkers across 10 European countries.

Two new studies reveal that drinking coffee can have long term health benefits, and the more cups the better.

One study determined that drinking one cup of coffee daily reduced the risk of death from heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, respiratory and kidney disease by 12 percent, and by 18 percent for those drinking three cups a day.

Studies conducted by Harvard University have reported drinking coffee can reduce the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, lower the risk of deadly prostate cancer in men, and reduce the risk of heart failure and skin cancer for people who drank 1-2 cups of coffee daily, according to the San Diego Tribune. The heart failure study showed benefits vanished at five cups a day and paved the way for potential damage. Other studies have found that coffee can protect liver health and reduce the risk of death from chronic liver damage.

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9 responses to “Want to live for 100 years? Coffee may be part of the answer.

  1. Ahhh coffee. I live in Vancouver Canada, we drink coffee here. Coffee is the ritual start to the day that gets me to my “happy place” full of ideas and positive energy…to have this article shared can only bring good. Thanks for sharing…drink up.


  2. Good news !!! Now … I’ve always wondered … do they mean an actual cup … or does a mug size count as a cup ??? It would make a difference, cause I’m a 3 mugs a day coffee drinker !! Thanks for the positive info on coffee. Jan

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  3. As much as I enjoy coffee…I should be good to go!

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  4. I knew I liked coffee for a reason!

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  6. I love these studies, somehow this has always been my drug of choice, so glad it has finally been validated.

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  7. Glad to hear that coffee is in the good books this week.

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