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Study: Drinking Four Cups of Coffee Daily Lowers Risk of Death

If you feel gluttonous coveting more than a couple cups of coffee in the morning, feel free to pour yourself another cup — and if you still aren’t satisfied, have a fourth. A new study that followed 20,000 people for 10 years shows that those who drank at least four cups of coffee a day had a 64 percent lower risk of death than those who never or rarely drank coffee, USA Today reports. The research backs up other studies that found a connection between coffee and a lower risk of death due to heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease.

It’s good news for coffee drinkers again, as study after study shows that coffee is good for you in many ways, not the least of which is to possibly help you live a longer life. In addition to the already stated benefits, in women it’s been found to lower your risk of death from circulatory and cerebrovascular diseases.

Take heed, though, that while mortality rates so far have been the same whether you drink caffeinated or decaf coffee, it’s what you put IN the coffee that can make a difference. Some refer to this with the collective term "cream and sugar," but either one can introduce a whole host of products such as fake creamer and conventional milk, both of which can cause serious health problems and impact people in more or less negative ways, as opposed to organic, raw and grass fed real cream or milk.

Personally, I believe the best way to drink your coffee is organic and black. But if you feel like you really need something in there, I suggest trying “bulletproof” coffee, which is made from coffee free of mitochondrial-inhibiting mold toxins, Brain Octane Oil (a more concentrated form of MCT oil) and grass fed butter.
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