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Drinking coffee is associated with lower death risk

Drinking coffee is associated with lower death risk

Moderate coffee consumption delivers more positive benefits for human health than risks of harm, according to a new study.

It contains a number of wonder compounds which possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticarcinogenic properties which scientists believe might explain why drinkers experience lower rates of chronic liver disease and liver cancer. To better understand its effects on health, Robin Poole, a public health specialist at Britain's University of Southampton, led a research team in an "umbrella review" of 201 studies based on observational research and 17 studies based on clinical trials across all countries and all settings.

Drinking as many as seven cups a day was found to be beneficial.

Early risers will be happy to hear that drinking more coffee isn't necessarily a bad thing, following research which has found that three to four cups a day offers "the greatest benefit" to caffeine lovers.

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Umbrella reviews look at previous meta-analyses and provide a high-level summary of the combined research.

The researchers concluded that coffee drinking "seems safe within usual patterns of consumption, except during pregnancy and in women at increased risk of fracture".

People consuming three cups of coffee a day were seen to have a reduction in premature death in comparison to the people who do not take coffee.

Further research may now be needed to determine whether the relationship highlighted by this study is a causal one.

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"Importantly, outside of pregnancy, existing evidence suggests that coffee could be tested as an intervention without significant risk of causing harm", he added.

Despite those findings, researchers couldn't actually prove whether coffee was the cause and warned that too much of it could be harmful for pregnant women. Women seem to benefit more than men with higher levels of consumption if factors like mortality from cardiovascular and coronary heart diseases are considered.

But, this news might not be strong enough to start a coffee habit. They also urge coffee drinkers to stick to "healthy coffees", so your Venti Iced Toffee Nut Latte with Hazelnuts and White Chocolate Mocha Sauce might be off the menu. As always, feel free to sound off in the comments section below!

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