Coffee is an addiction that most people develop as time passes by. People resort to coffee with the goal of staying active while at work, studies, or other concentration-based work. However, the recent study has shown that coffee is not that bad as it used to be considered to be. The University of London, Queen Mary, researchers have raised questions against the earlier research that says drinking coffee to harden the arteries, which in the long run could increase the risk associated with the heart attack or stroke chances. In the US, the death ratio related to heart disease is only escalating, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Everyday a cup of coffee is considered to be concerning by many of the Americans. However, the tests have shown that people consuming more of coffee tend to have a variation in their blood volume when their infrared pulse wave tests and MRI heart scans were analyzed. The lifestyle, weight, age, and ethnicity of the individuals also did play an important role in maintaining one’s health. The current study has proved that coffee consumption does not affect arteries. The coffee is a very conflicting topic thus filtering studies related to it is quite difficult.
The coffee drinkers can now take a sigh of relief as it has been proved to have no bad health effects and is instead considered to be beneficial. The caffeinated and non-caffeinated coffees do not have caffeine as the core component; thus, giving it a beneficial tag. One study had earlier published that coffee helps cut down death related risks. Professor Miguel Martínez-González from the University of Navarra, Spain, have found coffee to help reduce the risk of death by drinking coffee which helps control the stress, aging process, and instead increase antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties at the cellular level.