Monday, July 30, 2012

Coffee and Health

Java junkies, rejoice.
 The largest-ever analysis of coffee and mortality rates has found that consuming large amounts of coffee isn’t bad for you at all. In fact, drinking two cups of coffee or more a day (regular or decaf) was linked to a 10 percent lower risk of death in men and 15 percent reduced risk in women.
 While I don’t recommend chugging cappuccino by the hour in hopes of living to 100, people who already drink coffee all day long may be able to stop stressing over whether they should give it up.
Of course, if your coffee habit is making you irritable or keeping you up at night, it’s probably time to cut back or switch to decaf.

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