Coffee makes you live longer

A ratio of 1 indicated no observable impact of coffee drinking, while a ratio of 0.5 would mean that coffee drinking subjects were half as likely to die as the non-drinkers.

​Since the ratios researchers assigned to the drinkers of 1-8 cups of coffee daily ranged from 0.94 – 0.860., they showed that coffee drinkers of any amount had a 6% – 14% lower risk of death… More here.

Any research that shows coffee as being good for you is fine by me, and completely correct.

One thought on “Coffee makes you live longer

  1. I like the line “they showed that coffee drinkers of any amount had a 6% – 14% lower risk of death.” So if I drink enough coffee, I won’t die. Period. Ever?

    But seriously, I don’t know about 8 cups a day. That much caffeine would keep you up at night, wouldn’t it? But just to be clear, I love coffee. 2 cups of strong coffee, morning and noon, and perhaps a decaf later on.

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