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Your Coffee Habit Could Be Encoded In Your DNA

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in America, with more daily devotees than even soda. According to the National Coffee Association (NCA), 61 percent of Americans drink coffee daily (compared to 41 percent for soda). It turns out that a love for coffee could even be encoded into you DNA. A new study posted on Nature.com has found, "a novel gene which regulates coffee consumption by regulating the expression of the genes linked to caffeine metabolism."

COFFEE TIME: Regardless of why you drink it, there are a number of great health benefits of drinking coffee. Moderate coffee consumption may lower your risk of clogged arteries, heart attacks, dementia, Parkinson’s, and more. Choose organic coffee, drink it black, and avoid environmentally destructive individual coffee pods.
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