14th May 2019 – Drinking as little as two cups of coffee a day can increase your life expectancy by up to two years, according to the latest research published in the European Journal of Epidemiology.
By looking at 40 studies including 3,852,651 subjects and 450,256 causes of death, researchers found that drinking coffee had an inverse association with all-cause mortality – “irrespective of age, overweight status, alcohol drinking, smoking status, and caffeine content of coffee”.
On analysing the results researchers discovered that coffee consumption had an inverse association with all-cause mortality, “irrespective of age, overweight status, alcohol drinking, smoking status, and caffeine content of coffee.”
In other words drinking coffee can play a role in helping people to live longer. Researches also believe that in addition to increasing life expectancy, drinking coffee also reduces the risk of developing and dying from cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes or respiratory disease.