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Coffee Consumption Linked to Decreased Heart Disease Deaths, Study Finds

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A study has emerged suggesting that coffee can prevent heart disease.

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The Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute announced their research findings in the September issue of the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. The study suggests that drinking two to three cups of coffee a day can reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease and premature death.

The study, which sought to find a correlation between coffee and cardiovascular disease, was conducted on 450,000 adults. The research team divided the study participants into four groups: those who drink drip coffee, those who drink instant coffee, those who drink decaffeinated coffee, and those who do not drink coffee at all. They then tracked the health status of each group for 12 and a half years.

The study found that the groups who drank coffee had a lower mortality rate from cardiovascular disease than those who did not. People who drank coffee, regardless of the type, had a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, and stroke.

Among the types of coffee, drip coffee was found to be the most effective. The group that drank drip coffee had a 20% lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared to the group that did not drink coffee. The risk was 9% lower for the group that drank instant coffee and 6% lower for the group that drank decaffeinated coffee.

Peter Kistler, the lead researcher at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, stated that the results of the study hint at the reason why coffee consumption should be considered a healthy lifestyle habit.

However, the study found no coffee benefits for minors. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, minors should avoid drinking caffeine-containing beverages such as sodas, coffee, and energy drinks.

Daniel Kim
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