Study finds, drinking 2-3 cups of coffee daily may be beneficial to your heart
Study finds, drinking 2-3 cups of coffee daily may be beneficial to your heart

According to a new study, drinking two to three cups of coffee each day is related with the biggest heart benefits. These changes were observed in both adults with and without cardiovascular illness, according to data presented at the American College of Cardiology's 71st Annual Scientific Session.

The studies, which are the largest to look into coffee's potential impact in heart disease and death, provide confidence that coffee isn't linked to new or worsening heart disease and may even be heart-protective, according to the researchers.

"Because coffee can increase heart rate, some people are concerned that it will cause or exacerbate certain heart problems. This is where you might get basic medical advise to stop drinking coffee. However, our findings suggest that daily coffee consumption for people with and without heart disease should not be discouraged, but rather included as part of a healthy diet "Professor and head of arrhythmia research at the Alfred Hospital and Baker Heart Institute in Melbourne, Australia, and the study's senior author, Peter M. Kistler, MD, said.

"We discovered that coffee consumption had either a neutral effect, meaning it did no damage or was linked to heart health advantages."

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