A team of researchers analyzed five independent studies dated from January 1966 through December 2011, and using samples of more than 140,220 men and women, found that the benefit of coffee consumption and heart risk. The early four studies were conducted in Sweden while another one was conducted in Finland. Researchers found that participants who drank coffee at least two cups of 8-ounce per day may gain 11 percent chances of protective benefits against heart failure.
The study led by Elizabeth Mostofsky and is being published in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation Heart Failure. The lead author is associated with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA.
Previous studies have reported that the benefit of drinking coffee could also reduce the risk of other sickness, including stroke, depression, dementia and some type of cancers.
Coffee beans contain many great composites to lower the risk of developing heart failure. Those compounds include antioxidants which also helping to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes and other medical conditions.
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