Science Says Drinking Coffee Will Help You Live Longer & We're Firmly Into It
If you're the kind of millennial that can barely make it to 12pm without three double-shot lattes, then we have good news for you.
Two independent studies have just found a connection between coffee and a reduced risk of liver disease, circulatory issues and diseases associated with the digestive system!
More specifically, it's the antioxidant plant compounds in coffee that are believed to boost the immune system and reduce inflammation.
One of the studies tracked 520,000 over-35-year-olds in 10 countries for over 16 years, and found the male participants who drank three cups of coffee a day 18% less likely to die over that period, while the females who drank three cups a day were 8% less likely to die.
The study's leader Dr Marc Gunter said researchers aren't at a stage where they can recommend people consume more or less coffee, but we're taking this as a green light to fix our 3pm slump with a nice, strong brew.
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