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An August 15, 2017 report in the Annal of Internal medicine indicates that there is a body of evidence suggesting that moderate coffee consumption is both safe and beneficial in healthy indivduals. Drinking up to five cups per day may play an important role in mental and physiolgic health, as well as longevity.
Two large studies published on July 10, 2017, in Annals of Internal Medicine report that coffee intake is linked to significantly lower risk for death from all causes.
Coffee, Caffeine, and Cardiovascular Disease:
Low doses of caffeine reduce the risk of Atrial fibrillation by 11%. High doses of caffeeine reduce the risk of Atrial Fibrillation by 16%. Coffee beans appear to reduc oxidation of low-density lipoprot4ein cholesterol as well as inflammatory markers.
Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke:
The vascular benefits of coffee are not lost on the brain. A meta-analysis found that consuming one to six cups per day cut stroke risk by 17%, and a study of Swedish women showed a 22%-25% risk reduction. Another met-anlysis, of patients without cerebrovascular disease, concluded that one to three cups per day may protect again ischemic stroke in the general population, and a Japanese study discovered that drinking coffee for an average of 13 years reduced stroke risk by 20%
Coffee appears to play an important role in warding off hyperglycemiz, abnormal lipid levels, and increased body fat. Numberous studies have linked regular coffee drinking with improved glucose metabolism, insulin secretion, and a significantly reduced risk for diabetes. Experts have suggested that coffee's inverse correlation with deiabetes might b associated with its anti-inflammatory properties and the antioxidante mechanism of chlorgenic acide, thought to reduce glucose absorption.
-exerpts from www.medscapre.com/slideshow/coffee-6004434