Can coffee really make us live longer? Two research reports published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine give a clear answer: coffee does make us live longer!
In the study, nutrition expert Donald Hensrud from the Mayo Clinic said that drinking coffee is good for the health of the body. In one of the studies, researchers found that drinking coffee can reduce the risk of death from multiple diseases. In one study, researchers conducted studies of African-Americans, Japanese-Americans, and Latin Americans and Caucasians found that a large intake of coffee could significantly reduce the risk of death in these populations.
Both studies have confirmed that coffee is good for the health of the body, and that people who drink coffee do not have the side effects of caffeine; Hensrud said that it is widely believed that drinking coffee is not healthy and that the side effects of coffee may be limited. Some people’s consumption of coffee, side effects caused by coffee such as insomnia, gastroesophageal reflux disease, urinary system diseases, such as frequent urination and urgency, etc., if the coffee intake is too much, it will induce the body’s nervousness and anxiety. .
However, from a health point of view, these two studies are consistent with many other studies that shed light on the overall health benefits of coffee, and there is considerable evidence that coffee intake and the risk of multiple diseases in individuals are directly reduced. Related, such as general liver disease, liver cancer, Parkinson’s disease, type 2 diabetes, etc., even coffee intake can improve mood and reduce the risk of body depression.
Although the current research is still inconclusive, if the individual consumes coffee, it will not bring any adverse side effects; therefore, we have no reason to reduce the consumption of coffee. Instead, we should enjoy the “pleasure” of coffee. And beneficial health effects.