3 cups of coffee daily could help you live longer, study says

Study says coffee drinkers had better functioning hearts

How drinking coffee impacts your health
How drinking coffee impacts your health

Your daily coffee habit might allow you to live a longer life.

A new study suggests up to three cups of coffee a day can lower your risk for stroke and death from cardiovascular disease.

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University researchers in Budapest recently presented their study at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in France.

They found that compared to non-coffee drinkers, drinking up to three cups of coffee daily was associated with 21% lower risk of stroke and 17% lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease.

Researchers also found that coffee drinkers had healthier-sized and better functioning hearts.

However, health experts at Harvard and John Hopkins say don’t over-do it with your brew, because it can cause anxiety and insomnia.