Experts say drinking coffee may extend your life by reducing the risk of death from heart disease, diabetes or cancer.
As well as the the JAMA Internal Medicine report, the journal of Annals of Internal Medicine also found a link between drinking coffee and reduced mortality - with both studies included a large number of participants, lasting more than 15 years.
The study found that drinking coffee reduced the chances of death from heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, and cancer - improving one’s life expectancy more than those who refrained from regular brews.
It’s no secret that coffee - even in moderate amounts - is surprisingly good for you. Experts agree that coffee is packed with antioxidants and nutrients and can even help to improve your alertness, increase energy levels, and improve cognitive function.
It may also surprise you to hear that regular coffee consumption has been known to improve cardiovascular health, help you lose weight and managing the symptoms of diabetes.
Who’s up for another cuppa!?