New Studies Say Coffee Leads to Longer Life

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A majority of us need our morning cup of coffee to get started, but apparently, it’s helping us live longer… and healthier.

According to two new studies, drinking a daily cup of coffee has long term health benefits… and the more cups the better.

According to FOX News, one study determined that drinking one cup of coffee daily reduced the risk of death from heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, respiratory and kidney disease by 12 percent; and those who drank three cups reduced the risk by 18 percent.

The study, which was led by Veronica W. Setiawan of USC and funded by the National Cancer Institute, followed 180,000 people of different races for an average of 16 years. And, found that coffee is healthy.

A second study — led by Marc J. Gunter of the International Agency for Research on Cancer and conducted by European scientists from Imperial College London — followed more than 520,000 coffee drinkers across 10 European countries.

Do you drink your daily coffee?