Research has found that, with the similarity of relevant factors like age, the consumption of coffee is significantly associated with low mortality. The effect was seen in both caffeine and decaffeinated coffee; Both soluble and machine.
With the similarity of relevant factors like age, the consumption of coffee is usually associated with low mortality.
According to the study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the defense was the strongest among people aged 55 and over and showed a clear dose-response trend in the range of 1 to 6 cups in a day.
Navratri Health System cardiologist Eddella Navarro, and the study author, states that it is already known that long-term high blood pressure risks do not exist. "Now we can find obvious benefits related to the risk of mortality risk for all the reasons. This supports the benefits of their use."
Professor and director of the work at the University of Navarre, Estefania Toledo, states that the results point in the same direction as the other recent groups and use strict methods to evaluate the effects of coffee, such as EPIC study or urea. Spain
But the novel's novel aspect is that daily consumption of 4-6 cups of coffee is maintained and especially in the elderly, where mortality is mainly due to chronic diseases.
More coffee, lower mortality rate?
Thus, potential alternative alternative explanations for efficiency were better controlled, a typical busy organization continued: more coffee, total mortality reduced.
The effect was seen in both caffeine and decaffeinated coffee; Both soluble and machine
According to the authors, "There is no risk that studies will be affected by the problems of ill former customers, which means they will quit coffee because they have previous illness.
For experts, benefits can not be explained by coffee, through an ingredient "It is a complex combination of substances and many of them have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and they seem to work together."
"When we advocate healthy eating habits or habits, we are taking them away from everything they like. There are many people who love coffee. This data is solid and is already known for sure" Other writers, Miguel A. Martínez-González concludes