Coffee found to lower risk of death from stroke or heart attack
WE’LL DRINK TO THAT.
Ah, the morning cuppa — we crave it, we love it. Now there’s another reason to sip more of the hot beverage. Coffee drinkers have been found to have a lower risk of dying from strokes and heart and liver disease. Apparently it doesn’t matter if it’s decaf or not, but people who drink more coffee through the day seem to have a higher chance of surviving a heart attack or stroke. There is, however, a catch. Scientists aren’t entirely sure if it’s the coffee itself that’s responsible for the benefits. There is a possibility that coffee drinkers in general are healthier, so it could be put down to lifestyle choices as opposed to the drink. All up, then, we haven’t learnt much, except that coffee is a tasty beverage that might be good for you!