Research: Drinking coffee reduces the risk of death by 30 percent


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According to a recent study by Johns Hopkins Medicine, drinking coffee reduces the risk of death by 30 percent. Along with this, drinking coffee is also beneficial in acute kidney injury. The findings, published on May 5 in the journal Kidney International Reports, showed that people who drank any amount of coffee every day had a 15 percent lower risk of AKI, with the biggest reduction in the group that drank, ANI reported. Went.

Researchers have found that drinking coffee reduces the risk of death. Research published in the Annals of Internal Medicine concluded that people who drank one and a half to three-and-a-half cups of coffee with a teaspoon of sugar per day had a 30 percent lower risk of dying than those who did not drink coffee. Researchers analyzed coffee drinking data from UK Biobank, a large medical data base in the UK. For seven years, he has looked at the lifestyle, food related information of one lakh 70 thousand people between the age of 37 to 73 years.

According to research, the risk of death has been found to be lower in those who drink caffeinated and non-caffeinated coffee. There are very few things that cut the risk of death by 30 percent, says Dr. Christina Wei, MD, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. In the past, many researches have indicated many health benefits of drinking coffee. We already know that drinking coffee regularly is associated with the prevention of chronic and degenerative diseases, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease and liver disease. Drinking coffee reduces the risk of many diseases including old age disease, Parkinson’s disease, heart diseases, type 2 diabetes, liver prostate cancer, etc. Experts say that due to the high antioxidant content in coffee, the damage of body cells is prevented or reduced.

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