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How coffee supports heart health

How coffee supports heart health

Your daily cup of brew isn’t just part of your morning routine, it actually has great health benefits including boosting the metabolism, burning fat and providing your body with powerful antioxidants.

But that’s not all. Now recent research indicates that drinking coffee also reduces the risk of heart failure. The study was run over a 10-year period with 21,000 participants and two of the studies saw that there was a 5-12 percent decrease in heart failure per coffee cups a day compared to those who drank no coffee at all.

Another study found that those who drank at least two cups of coffee per day had a 30 per cent decrease of heart failure compared to those who consumed none.

Overall, the findings indicated that black caffeinated coffee, along with a healthy diet and lifestyle helped promote heart health.

But as mentioned previously, coffee isn’t just good for heart health, another recent study found that the caffeine in coffee caused a metabolic reaction-burning more calories and more body fat.

The research found that coffee can activate the brown fat in the body which releases the heat from the fat and is proven to boost weight loss.

And in the 2020 findings by Harvard Public health researchers discovered that drinking four cups of coffee a day saw a four per cent decrease in body fat.

Drinking coffee is also linked to increased longevity. In one study people who drank 4-5 cups of coffee a day had a lower risk of death.

Research suggests you can drink up to three cups per day, before exercise, mid-morning, or afternoon as long as your sleep is not impacted, to benefit from this powerful high-performance weight loss coffee.


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