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Good News: New Study Says Drinking 4 Cups of Coffee a Day Isn’t Bad For You

Good News: New Study Says Drinking 4 Cups of Coffee a Day Isn’t Bad For You

Jun 26 2017 Tags: caffeine, coffee, health

Great news for coffee lovers – drinking four cups of coffee isn’t as bad for your health as you might think.The study, which was conducted by researchers at the International Life Sciences Institute and published in the Food and Chemical Toxicology, found new information about coffee consumption for healthy adults, children and pregnant women. The study analyzed 740 studies relating to caffeine that were conducted from 2001 and 2015. Drinking four cups a day, which contains approximately 400 mg of caffeine, is perfectly safe for healthy adults. However, pregnant women should limit their coffee consumption to three cups a day...

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Coffee: The Primary Antioxidant in the U.S. Diet

Coffee: The Primary Antioxidant in the U.S. Diet

Dec 27 2016 Tags: antioxidant, coffee, health

Whether served ice cold or piping hot, Americans love coffee. The coffee market today comes in a variety flavors and styles. Over the past few decades, Americans have tailored the delicious flavor of coffee to fit our individual lifestyle. Since coffee is so much of our daily routine, it should be of no surprise that coffee is the primary source of antioxidants in the United States diet. The research, from the American Chemical Society, showed that Americans get more antioxidants from drinking coffee than from any other dietary source. Examples of the antioxidant benefits of coffee include significant amounts of...

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Study Reveals Coffee Helps Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease and Other Ailments

Study Reveals Coffee Helps Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease and Other Ailments

Dec 27 2016 Tags: coffee, health, health benefits

A new study has revealed drinking coffee can lower your risk of dying from heart disease and other ailments. This is where Tiki Hut Coffee comes in. The study, which the New York Times recently revealed, shows us how drinking more than 5 cups of coffee a day can help us more than we think. This large-scale study spanned three decades and followed 200,000 doctors and nurses. It revealed (non-smoking) coffee drinkers had a reduced risk of death from heart disease, stroke, diabetes, neurological diseases and suicide. Those who drank one cup of coffee a day had a 6 percent reduced risk of...

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