Good news for coffee lovers, you can live a long time


According to a new study published in the Journal of American Medical Association, coffee drinkers may survive for a long time.
There is good news for those who love cup coffees in the morning and a few cups in a few days.

According to a new study published in the Journal of American Medical Association (Zumba), coffee drinkers can live for a long time. This study looks at some 500,000 adults in the UK for almost 10 million years.

Researchers found a low risk of death among coffee drinkers, who drank eight or more cups per day.

"These results provide more assurance that drinking coffee can be part of a healthy diet ..." researchers wrote.

Even if drinking at least one cup of coffee daily, the risk of death is reduced to 6%. Eight percent to reduce the risk of death of a cup of coffee. Researchers say that if they die by drinking eight or more cups per year, their rate decreases by 14 percent

True and truth with both low-risk caffeinated and decaf coffee, leading researchers believe the belief in the value of false coffee in the beans.

"caffeine and coffee beans - polyphenols, antioxidants, magnesium - and it reduces inflammation, reduces insulin resistance," ABC News Chief Doctor Dr. Jennifer Estten says on Tuesday in "Good Morning America".

"All this is really beneficial for your overall head for your group's health," he added.

The association shows the study, reasons and not the impact, Eston mentioned. People must be aware that some people have physical sensitivity in the coffee. This can increase blood pressure and cause insomnia, irregular heart conditions and some gastrointestinal problems.

However, the results of the new research are positive for coffee lovers, which can add to coffee toppings like cream, sugar and fold cream can greatly increase the calories, and possibly break the positive effect.

"The overall information supports hard, solid benefits to support coffee," Ashton said.