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Drinking Coffee Has Proven To Reduce The Risk Of Death

Studies have recently shown that coffee and the amount you consume, can actually prolong your life. Survey’s were taken in 10 European countries, making it the largest study of how coffee can affect your health in a positive way. The findings resulted in the fact that coffee can lower your risk of mortality. A second study was also done, focusing on Hawaiians, Japanese-Americans, African-Americans, Latinos and Native-Americans. The second study confirmed the fact that coffee increases life longevity among all races. Some of us drink one to two cups of coffee per day. However, it was found that those twho drank four cups per day had a lower risk of death by 18%. Watch this video on Youtube.

The study showed a reduction in the risk of cancer, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, respiratory issues and kidney disease, suicide in men, digestive diseases, liver disease and circulatory diseases. If you drink three or more cups a day, you have a lower risk of suffering from all of these conditions than those who don’t drink coffee. During the European study, it was found that patients also had lower levels inflammation, better glucose control and healthier lipids. Visit corpdev.ogmentorship.com to know more.

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