The power of four cups of coffee a day: Beverage can cut the risk of heart disease, help you live longer and also lower the chances of developing cancer, diabetes, liver disease and dementia

Drinking coffee is good for most people's health, a major review of medical evidence has concluded.
The drink is more likely to ward off disease than to cause harm, according to the most comprehensive report yet conducted.
Three to four cups a day confers the greatest benefit, the University of Southampton researchers found, cutting the risk of heart disease by 15 per cent and the chance of an early death by 17 per cent.
They also found evidence it reduces the chance of certain cancers, diabetes, liver disease and dementia.
The scientists, whose report was published last night in the... read more

22 November 2017 in Health, Views: 54
Source: Daily Mail

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