Morning Drink EXTENDS Your Life
When it comes to defining the health benefits of an item, there’s one key question I always ask:
Can it lower help you live longer?
None of Big Pharma’s wonder drugs can answer “yes” to that question.
But there’s one health drink that can.
It lowers your risk of death from any cause at all… and also of dying from major conditions like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
And I make sure I drink it every single day.
Coffee. Most people either love it or hate it.
But there’s nothing to hate about the dramatic benefits coffee can make for your health—and helping you live longer is right up there at the top of the list.
Numerous large, thorough studies have been conducted on coffee’s ability to reduce your risk of death from any cause—and have all come to the same conclusion:
Drinking coffee can help you LIVE LONGER.
One study looked at 500,000 people over a 10-year-period and found that people who regularly drank coffee were much less likely to have died from ANY cause at all during that period compared to the non-coffee drinkers.
Another study that included over 20,000 people found that for every two additional cups of coffee someone drank, it lowered their risk of death by 30 percent.
But that’s not all, because other studies show that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of death from biggies like heart disease and diabetes.
In a study from the Harvard School of Public Health, researchers followed 200,000 doctors and nurses for 30 years. They found that drinking coffee was tied to a lower risk of dying from
- Heart disease
- Neurological diseases
One cup a day led to a 6 percent drop in death from these causes.
And 3-5 cups a day led to a 15 percent drop.
It’s not surprising, then, that numerous studies find that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of not just dying from these conditions… but of developing them to begin with.
One study showed that for every additional cup of coffee someone drank, it lowered their risk of heart failure or stroke by 8 percent.
Studies have also found a correlation between drinking coffee and a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
That’s because chemicals found in coffee can stop the buildup of two toxins associated with these conditions: tau and beta-amyloid plaque.
So, start every morning off with a big cup of joe. It might just extend your life.
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