Single Serve Coffee Drinkers Have Lower Risk of Dying
In a recent study published by the New England Journal of Medicine single serve coffee once again has been found to do wonderful things for your existence while it lasts. Single serve coffee drinkers may live longer as research has found they were less likely to die during the 14-year study period than non-coffee drinkers.
Researchers found that compared with people who did not drink coffee, men who consumed six or more cups a day where 10 per cent less likely to die during the 14 years of the study. We know we've given some of this statistics before, but isn't this the kind of coffee news you want to get each week. Just think about it - that 6th cup of coffee in your busy day isn't bad for you - it's saving your life. You'll live longer if you're coffee obsessed just like us.
For women there were 15 per cent fewer deaths for those drinking six cups or more. The researchers said the effect was seen across almost all causes of death including heart disease, respiratory disease, stroke, injuries and accidents, diabetes, and infections.
And perhaps our favorite quote from the study:
"Coffee contains more than 1000 compounds that might affect the risk of death.
We might even conclude given the unknowns that we're getting younger by drinking coffee. Okay - maybe not younger but perhaps better looking?
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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 17, 2012 7:43 AM