Don’t Get Up From The Table Until You Finish Your Tea
Japanese researchers Yuji Komorita, MD, PhD, of the Department of Medical and Clinical Science at the Kyushu University School of Medical Science, and Masanori Iwase, MD, PhD, et al, at the Diabetes Center at Hakuiyuji Hospital in Fukuoka Japan studied the effects of green tea and coffee consumption on the longevity of approximately 5,000 Type 2 diabetes patients.
Here’s what they found when comparing those who didn’t drink coffee or tea regularly, to those who consumed it regularly:
Tea drinkers who drank:
- 1 cup per day had a 15% lower risk of death.
- 2-3 cups per day had a 27% lower risk of death.
- 4 cups per day had a 40% lower risk of death.
Coffee drinkers who drank:
- 1 cup per day had a 12% lower risk of death.
- 2+ cups per day had a 41% lower risk of death.
Best of all, it appears that the effects are additive! Drink Up!
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