The ONE Drink That Could Save Your Life
Don’t you just love it when one of your “worst habits” turns out to be one of the best things you can do for your health?
I know I do.
When it comes to beverages that the mainstream loves to hate, coffee is at the top of the list. But studies are pouring in on coffee’s health benefits, making their advice a bit hard to swallow.
So if you’ve been on the fence about coffee, it’s time to hop on over.
Because the story here isn’t that coffee is good for you… it’s that it might just save your life.
In a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress, researchers tracked over 20,000 people over a period of 10 years.
And they found that the more coffee you drink, the lower your risk of death.
Not just by a little. Turns out that the people who drink four (or more) cups of coffee have a 64 percent lower risk of death compared to those who rarely drink.
That alone would be enough to pour another cup. But it’s not alone. This study is just one of a long line of studies showing coffee’s benefits.
In fact, it’s the second one THIS YEAR linking coffee drinking to a reduced risk of death. The previous study showed that drinking coffee lowered the risk of death because of its beneficial impact on cardiovascular and neurological disease.
Just a few years ago, a study showed that coffee reduces the risk of heart failure. What was the magic number of cups to achieve this benefit? You guessed it… FOUR!
It has also been shown to reduce the risk of diabetes and colon cancer. And studies show that drinking coffee improves brain function, fat-burning, and physical performance, and it helps protect the liver. Plus, coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of cancer.
What’s the secret to this health elixir?
It’s simple, really. Coffee is loaded with disease-fighting antioxidants. In fact, it is the largest source of antioxidants in the typical American diet.
In every cup of coffee, you can also expect to get vitamin B2, magnesium, potassium, and polyphenols.
The compounds in coffee have been shown to protect DNA, affect cell signaling, protect good bacteria, and are potent free radical scavengers.
If you haven’t put on your pot yet, what are you waiting for? Just make sure it’s organic.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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