Coffee prolongs life, according to a new study.

It has long been said that caffeine has negative effects on our health. A new study by Queen Mary University of London and Budapest’s Semmelweis University now says that drinking coffee is not bad for your health, but actually promotes it. Data from almost 500,000 people from a British health database who had not been diagnosed with heart disease at the beginning of the study period were evaluated. The participants were divided into non-coffee drinkers, light to moderate coffee drinkers and coffee junkies and were asked about their coffee habits and lifestyle. Risk factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol levels were also taken into account in the largest study to date looking at the effect of coffee on cardiovascular health.

Coffee drinkers live longer

According to the study, light to moderate coffee consumption reduces the risk of all-cause mortality by 12 percent and the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 17 percent. Consuming half a cup to three cups of coffee resulted in a 21 percent lower risk of stroke. According to the survey, ground coffee has a particularly positive effect compared to instant coffee due to the different manufacturing process. “Using the MRI scans, we were able to analyze the effects of regular coffee consumption on the structure and function of the heart. We found that regular light-to-moderate coffee consumption is beneficial for heart health, suggesting it may slow age-related changes in the heart,” said Dr. Pál Maurovich-Horvat from the Hungarian Semmelweis University. Even with coffee junkies, no evidence of negative cardiovascular consequences could be found.

The habit of drinking coffee is good for heart health

The habit of drinking coffee is beneficial for improving heart health.

This was revealed in a medical study conducted in Australia.

Research from the University of Melbourne and Monash University found that drinking 2 to 3 cups of coffee a day reduced the risk of premature death for any cause, including heart disease, heart failure or coronary heart disease, by 15%.

These are basically the results of 3 research reports for which the researchers used the data of UK Biobank.

The data surveyed the health of more than 500,000 people for at least 10 years.

The amount of coffee they drank was also known when they joined the study.

New research now examines the relationship between coffee drinking and the risk of increasing or decreasing the risk of various heart diseases.

The first study focused on more than 382,000 people who did not have heart disease and whose average age was 57 years.

The results showed that people who are accustomed to drinking 2 to 3 cups of coffee a day have a lower risk of developing heart disease later in life.

According to researchers, people who drink just one cup of coffee a day have a lower risk of stroke or coronary heart disease.

Another study looked at the health effects of different types of coffee.

Research has shown that drinking 2 to 3 cups of any type of coffee a day reduces the risk of heart disease.

The third study included people who had already suffered from irregular heartbeat or other heart disease.

The results of this study found that coffee consumption does not increase the risk of irregular heartbeat, but that such patients drink a cup of coffee a day reduces the risk of premature ejaculation.

The results of the three research reports will be presented during the 71st Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology in early April.