How Healthy is Coffee?


The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee releases a report stating that up to five cups of coffee per day, or up to 400 mg of caffeine, is not associated with long-term health risks. There’s also observational evidence that coffee consumption is associated with reduced risk for several diseases, including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegenerative disorders. The body of data suggests that moderate coffee—and, in all likelihood, tea—consumption is not only safe but beneficial in a variety of mental and medical conditions.

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