Three to Five Cups Of Coffee a Day Keeps Heart Attacks Away

Coffee consumption lowers the risk of calcium buildup in the arteries— according to researchers from Johns Hopkins University and scientists from Malaya and South Korea. They studied calcium levels in heart arteries in more than 25,000 middle-aged Korean men and women. Those consuming three to five cups of coffee per day showed the lowest levels of calcium buildup, which would reduce the risk of heart attack. During the past 50 years, most health experts have recommended moderate coffee consumption. These recommendations might change if the results of this study are confirmed by additional research. (Heart, published online March 2015)

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