Coffee and Heart Disease



Although it's more interesting to see both good and bad news about the coffee controversy, the only thing to conclude is that the news keeps getting better for coffee drinkers. In a report published by coffeescience.org. The researchers conclusion was that their was no evidence of an adverse relationship between coffee intake and coronary heart disease.

While you can't make up your mind by just one study the researchers mention that coffee:

Coffee has also be found to be rich in antioxidants, something that is a no-brainer to consider increasing. You should only take advice from your doctor, just be certain that he/she has all the needed information to make a recommendation.

In the study they took into consideration:

I'm not trying to convince anybody of anything, we all have our own minds to wrestle. They also mention that coffee is rich in antioxidants and to give them a quote "...men and women who drank six or more cups of coffee a day had a slightly lower risk of fatal coronary heart disease". Read the full article about their coffee study at "coffeescience.org/heart/index_html".

James Badeaux, Jr. owns and operators Coffeepinions, contact him at james@coffeepinions.com with interesting news about anything related to coffee.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=James_Badeaux,_Jr.






Visit our coffee shop