Moderate Coffee Consumption Is Good for Health

Drinking coffee has been labeled as an unhealthy practice for more than 100 years. Some religions discourage coffee drinking because it’s considered a vice. More than 36 high-quality medical studies found the opposite— moderate coffee consumption reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, liver disease and diabetes, and has no effect on the risk of various kinds of cancer. Coffee reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease and prevents mental decline with age. Most important, coffee drinking is linked to increased longevity. Coffee is an important part of a healthy diet. (The New York Times, May 14, 2015)

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