Add another study to the list that drinking coffee is good for you. According to a published report from Northwestern University and the U.S. National Cancer Institute who used information from the United Kingdom Biobank that did a study of a group made up of over 500,000 subjects over a 10 year period.
According to healthy-holistic-living.com, researchers analyzed the number of cups of coffee subjects consumed on average each day, using non-coffee drinkers as a reference group. The also “investigated potential effect modification by caffeine metabolism,” meaning the impact of their bodies’ ability to metabolize and utilize caffeine more or less quickly.
The researchers bottom line was to see how much of an effect they observed on the variable of coffee drinking on the subjects health and lifespan. They also “investigated potential effect modification by caffeine metabolism,” meaning the impact of their bodies’ ability to metabolize and utilize caffeine more or less quickly.
The conclusion of the report is that coffee drinkers of any amount faced a 6% – 14% lower chance of death, which researchers maintain is a hugely significant figure.