Coffee is Better for your Health than Water

Posted 8 years ago by Evan Tishuk

From Science Daily:

Regular coffee drinking (up to 6 cups per day) is not associated with increased deaths in either men or women. In fact, both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption is associated with a somewhat smaller rate of death from heart disease.

Does six cups per day seem like a lot to anyone else? I'm admittedly a lightweight, averaging only about 2 - 4 cups per day. Of course that number would vary wildly depending on how many breakfast meetings with John Warner are scheduled in a given month.

5 Comments

Lord ~ 8 years ago

Six cups a day does seem like quite a lot, especially if it is all caffeinated. You'd probably be buzzing all day long. Then again I know some people who almost drink a cup of coffee every hour throughout the day.

Nobrainer ~ 8 years ago

One must be careful to properly understand the size of a cup when embarking upon this conversation. One person's cup may be 3 or 4 times the size of the cup in the study.

Personally, I think I hit 6 cups a day easily on most weekdays. I tend to drink almost none on the weekends.

Lord ~ 8 years ago

As Evan suggests above one must also carefully consider the company that one is keeping. If you find yourself around a person who tends to be drinking more coffee I'd be willing to be that you will yourself engage in more coffee drinking (especailly if the other person is brewing/offering the coffee).

olivier blanchard ~ 8 years ago

6 ventis a day does not sound excessive, no.

Kelly ~ 8 years ago

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