Lifestyle Health and Wellbeing 14 Nov 2017 Coffee lowers risk o ...

Coffee lowers risk of heart failure, stroke drastically

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Nov 14, 2017, 3:52 pm IST
Updated Nov 14, 2017, 3:52 pm IST
An extra cup of the hot beverage could have a huge impact.
Coffee lowers risk of heart failure, study finds. (Photo:Pixabay)
 Coffee lowers risk of heart failure, study finds. (Photo:Pixabay)

New research has found drinking coffee can reduce the risk of a stroke or heart failure.

Every cup of caffeine reduced the risk of stroke by 8% and heart failure by 7%, the Daily Mail reported.

 

The report one extra cup can make a huge and positive difference.

Researchers University of Colorado came to their conclusion after analysing two other traditional studies to gain an understanding of the trends.

"The association between drinking coffee and a decreased risk of heart failure and stroke was consistently noted in all three studies," study author Laura Stevens told the Daily Mail.

Adding, "The work showed that each additional cup per day had an associated decrease of each outcome."

The disease-fighting antioxidant levels in coffee could effectively reduce the risk for stroke and heart failure. However, more research needs to be done.

 The study was originally published by the American Heart Association.

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