Coffee drinkers may live longer: Study

ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares the biggest takeaway from the study
1:57 | 07/03/18

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To that "gma"ealth alert. Big news coffeelovers. Probably all of ust this hour right? A new study finds they pay live longer, thankyou. Our chief medical crespondent Jennifer Ashton is cheering on it's got to be the bean. It aeared in thernal of the American medical associate internal Medine and followed half a mil people for ten years and found and this is rare you'll hear me say Thi more does appear be better when you talkbout cfeine, yes,ncluding decaf. If you hav one cup a D it lowers your risk of premature death by6%, sprd it out eightr more cups drops your risk of you will causetality by 14%. The benefit was seen with decaf so drink up folks. Yes. You say it's decaf works with decaf too so it isn't AUT the caffeine but bean. That's what they is. We have to remember this did N show cause and effect but associations butre are some theories and compounds caffeind coffeebeans, polyphenol, antioxidants magnium, this reduces inflammation and lowersnsulin resistance which is good your overall th. Is there toomuch, not enough. Some are sensitive to coffee and caffeine a can cause irregular artbeats or insom and if you L on the cream, the sugar, the whipped cream you'llave a problem with calories but this is somethi solid benef to fee and -- We'll Tak it. I have been saying it for so . We L it.

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