And yet again, Coffee for a healthy lifestyle.
A study by David Cheing and colleagues at Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia revealed that coffee can reduce the risk of Cardiovascular Disease.
I am going to suggest, based on this study, if we reduce the risk of CVD, we are also reducing the risk of Vascular Dementia. They evaluated several forms of coffee: ground, powdered, and decaffeinated. At different levels all showed significant data.
The data included nearly 500,000 participants, who followed over about 13 years.
The authors concluded:
“In this large prospective cohort study, consumption of instant, ground, and decaffeinated coffee subtypes, particularly at 2–3 cups/day, was associated with significant reductions in incident CVD and mortality. Arrhythmia reduction was seen with caffeinated but not decaffeinated coffee. Mild–moderate coffee intake of all types should not be discouraged but rather considered part of a healthy lifestyle.”
European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, zwac189, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurjpc/zwac189