What’s the healthiest way to drink coffee? Study points to 1 technique
There are seemingly infinite formulations of coffee - latte, cold brew, dalgona, flat white, espresso. A recent analysis compared brewing methods and analyzed the health effects.
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According to a study, drinking one to four cups of filtered coffee per day is associated with a 15 percent reduced risk of death from any cause compared to people who don't drink coffee. It could be because coffee is rich in antioxidants, including polyphenols.
Unfiltered coffee did not raise the risk of death compared to abstaining from coffee. However, in men aged 60 and above, unfiltered coffee was linked with elevated cardiovascular mortality.
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