- Many people thought that drinking more than two cups of coffee a day could be harmful
- However, a study conducted in London stated otherwise
- The research showed that drinking three to four cups of coffee a day could be beneficial
A study was conducted in London to observe the effects of having three cups of coffee a day. Many people think that drinking a lot of coffee could cause health risks.
However, KAMI learned that drinking three cups of coffee per day could bring more health benefits than harm.
In a report by the Reuters (author Kate Kelland), drinking three to four cups of coffee a day could lower risks of premature death and heart disease than those who do not drink coffee.
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According to the research that was from over 200 previous studies, drinking coffee could also lower the risks of diabetes, liver disease, dementia, and some cancers.
However, while drinking coffee could be beneficial, it cannot benefit pregnant women or those who have a higher risk of having fractures.
“Coffee drinking appears safe within usual patterns of consumption,” Robin Poole, a public health specialist at Britain’s University of Southampton said.
Drinking coffee was linked to lowering the risks of several cancers like prostate, endometrial, skin, and liver. It could also lessen the risks of type 2 diabetes, gallstones, and gout, the research stated.
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