The latest study revealed that people who consume coffee that is sweetened or with no sweeteners are have a lower risk of dying within the next 7 years than people who do not consume coffee in any way.
Adults who consume approximately 1.5-3.5 cups of sweetened coffee as well as coffee sugar-sweetened by sugar have a lower chance of dying over the next seven years, according to a new study has discovered.
Indeed, those who consume the average daily amount of coffee cups that contain sugar as a sweetener were less likely by 29% to 31% to die within the timeframe studied as compared with those who do not consume coffee in any way in the peer-reviewed study which is published by Annals of Internal Medicine.
In addition, those who consumed unsweetened coffee in any quantity were anywhere between 16% and 21 percent lower likely to be dead within the subsequent seven years.
The results of coffee made sweetened by artificial sweetener are not as clear.
Researchers from Southern Medical University in Guangzhou, China found that although prior studies have suggested the connection between lower mortality risk and coffee consumption, the observations did not make a distinction between different types or the levels of sugar.
The researchers therefore utilized UK Biobank data to assess more than 171,000 UK participants, none of whom had known cancer or heart disease. Through questionnaires and behavioral tests they were able reduce the findings to determine that people who consume coffee with sugar or without sweetener tend to live longer within the next years.
It’s not the first study that has found the advantages of drinking coffee the latest research conducted by researchers at Semmelweis University in Budapest and Queen Mary University of London discovered 3 cups of coffee every day could aid in living longer.
Another study that was conducted in October 2021, which was presented in the Annual European Society of Cardiology conference and concluded the consumption of three cups coffee every day could help protect your heart.