Drink coffee? It may reduce your risk of an early death

In addition to lower general risk of early death, researchers found reduced risk of death from diseases of the digestive system and circulatory system.

Experts believe the antioxidant plant compounds in coffee rather than caffeine are responsible for the life-extending effect.

The researchers followed around half a million people residing in 10 European countries for more than 16 years.

Lichtenstein agreed with that remark and said that the overall results of the studies can be caused because people who drink coffee often refuse other drinks with a lot of calories, such as apple juice.

Those who drank two or more cups of coffee per day were 18 percent less likely to have died during the study period than the 16 percent of participants who had never drank coffee.

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The European study presented an inverse relation between coffee and circulatory diseases, digestive diseases, cancer in women, suicide in men, and liver disease.

"Due to the limitations of observational research, we are not at the stage of recommending people to drink more or less coffee", says Gunter. However, he suggests that a "moderate" level - which is "up to around three cups per day" - "could have health benefits". "This included checking 1 of 9 boxes, ranging from "never or hardly ever" to 4 or more cups daily", and reporting whether they drank caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee.

There are different health benefits associated with drinking coffee. There are several interesting facts about coffee and researches are conducting studies to establish the benefits of drinking coffee.

According to two new studies, which recently came out this Monday, (July 10), drinking coffee could prolong life. The study, which is ongoing, includes more than 215,000 participants who are African American, Japanese American, Latino, and white, making it the largest and most diverse study of its kind. It found that a greater consumption of coffee could lower a person's mortality risk significantly, CNN reports.

One of the studies showed that people who drink at least one daily cup of coffee were 12 percent less likely to die of diseases like cancer or heart disease, while the percentage rose to 18 percent if people drank two to three cups per day.

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After taking into account lifestyle factors, the researchers found that the group with the highest consumption of coffee had a lower risk for all causes of death.

"We can not say drinking coffee will prolong your life, but we see an association", Setiawan said.

The liver was an organ that fared especially well among the coffee drinkers.

Professor Elio Riboli, of the school of public health at Imperial College, said: "These findings add to a growing body of evidence which indicates that drinking coffee not only is safe, but it may actually have a protective health effect for people".

"I always felt its one of the few things that I enjoy that doesn't have calories", she said.

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According to the MedicalXpress, drinking a cup of coffee each day could increase your lifespan by 12% while doubling your intake of coffee could increase it to nearly 20%.

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