Saturday, July 21, 2012
Go Ahead Drink More Coffee
20 New Ways to Get Energy for Life! By Reader's Digest Editors from Reader's Digest Magazine | February 2012/>We asked top health pros to sift through the year's most promising research news for the one change Americans should make to their health routine. The results: Dozens of smart new ways to lose weight, sleep better, be happy, and stay healthy for life.
Though he says it’s still a “scientific mystery” how a simple cup of coffee works its wonders in the body, large epidemiological studies repeatedly verify its astonishing benefits. Some recent research highlights:
• More than three cups a day lowers women’s risk of developing the most common skin cancer by 20 percent.
• More than six cups a day cuts men’s risk of dying from prostate cancer by 60 percent.
• Drinking at least one cup of coffee a day lowers women’s risk of stroke by up to 25 percent.
• Consuming at least two cups daily reduces women’s chances of becoming depressed by up to 20 percent.
“Drink it black, or at most put a little skim milk in it” to minimize calories, Dr. Chopra recommends. The benefits from decaf may not be as prodigious, so stick with regular if you can tolerate the buzz.
Dr. Chopra drinks at least four cups a day himself, though most people should limit themselves to two. And no, he jokes, “I’m not sponsored by Starbucks.”
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Dr. Sanjiv Chopra is the author of Live Better, Live Longer: The New Studies That Reveal What’s Really Good—and Bad—for Your Health.