Up to seven coffees a day can stop an early death

Up to seven coffees a day can stop an early death

Up to seven coffees a day can stop an early death

A new study has claimed that drinking three to four cups of coffee a day could be good for you.

The research showed that those who consumed java regularly had lower risks of premature death, cardiovascular disease, Parkinson's disease, depression, dementia, some cancers, type two diabetes and liver disease.

Well now, you can be extra smug that your morning (and lunchtime. and afternoon) coffee habit is actually doing you good, according to research based on over 200 previous studies.

British scientists advise daily to drink three cups of coffee, as this is the number of refreshing drink can reduce the risk of deadly liver diseases, including liver cancer and cirrhosis.

They warned people should not start drinking coffee, or increasing their intake, for health reasons. "But liver diseases stood out as having the greatest benefit compared with other conditions", wrote Robin Poole is Specialist Registrar in Public Health at the University of Southampton, U.K. And this study is significant because while lower risks of liver disease, cancer, and stroke had been posited in the past, researchers had not been able to pinpoint coffee as the cause.

Coffee is a drink made from roasted coffee beans.

This is not the first discovery of coffee's positive benefits.

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"Mothers-to-be need not panic but might want to limit their coffee consumption to two cups per day in line with the recent European guidelines on caffeine".

Most of the evidence, however, is from observational studies, which can only find probable associations but can't prove cause and effect. However, drinking too much of the stuff has also been found to give us issues like heart palpitations, heartburn, and anxiety. But existing evidence is of lower quality from observational research and randomised controlled trials are needed to strengthen the evidence of benefits.

Coffee drinking during pregnancy is linked with low birth weight.

"Factors, for example, age, regardless of whether individuals smoked or not and how much exercise they took could all have had an impact", he said.

But past year the World Health Organisation withdrew its previous warnings on the link between coffee and bladder cancer - and instead said that the drink could, in fact, help protect against certain cancers such as womb cancer and liver cancer.

Eliseo Guallar, of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health said: "Moderate coffee consumption seems remarkably safe and it can be incorporated as part of a healthy diet by most of the adult population".

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