Friday, 15 December, 2017

Three coffees a day linked to more health than harm

Coffee found to benefit health       Three to four cups offers greatest benefit Coffee found to benefit health Three to four cups offers greatest benefit
Sammy Stanley | 24 November, 2017, 01:03

They said coffee drinking is also associated with lower risk of some cancers, diabetes, liver disease and dementia.

"The link between coffee drinking and reduced risk of development of heart failure and stroke was consistently noted in all three studies", said lead author of the project Dr. Laura Stevens.

She said: "It looks like good news for regular coffee drinkers".

Too much coffee for women during pregnancy could also be harmful, the study said.

In news that is sure to bring jubilation to cyclists around the country, researchers have concluded that coffee could come with substantial health benefits, with up to seven cups of coffee reducing the chance of an early death.

Coffee is the most loved and desired drink consumed throughout the world.

Dr Poole and researchers from the University of Edinburgh reviewed 201 studies that had aggregated data from observational research and 17 studies that collected statistics from clinical trials.

The research that was collected with the proofs from the previous two hundred or more conducted researches indicates that coffee consumption lowers premature death risks and prevents heart diseases.

While most researchers can not agree on a definitive list to detail the benefits of coffee, they point out that three cups a day is a safe bet.

The greatest benefit was seen for liver conditions, such as cirrhosis of the liver.

"Coffee drinking appears safe within usual patterns of consumption", the researchers concluded in their study, published in the British Medical Journal on November 22.

"There is a balance of risks in life, and the benefits of moderate consumption of coffee seem to outweigh the risks", said Roderick.

Increasing consumption to above that amount was not associated with harm, but the beneficial effects were less pronounced.

Roasting coffee beans and drinking the ground results dates back to the 15th century, a practice that has become increasingly popular in modern Ireland but that often raises concerns for potential health implications.

Coffee is one of the most commonly consumed drinks worldwide.

Dr Amelia Lake, Reader in Public Health Nutrition at Teesside University, added: "Coffee can be part of a healthy balanced diet".

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