Recent study reveals tips on aging
Drinking unsweetened coffee lowers risk of death
coffee drink: Increasing pollution and sedentary lifestyle have increased the risk of many diseases. In such a situation, people are worried about the measures to avoid various diseases. Then who thinks about increasing the age, but in a recent study, a recipe for increasing age has been told. In fact, in this study it has been said that people who consume coffee without sugar or coffee with very little sugar are less likely to die than those who drink no coffee. These results have been revealed in the study conducted for about 7 years. This study is published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. However, the study also said that the average lifespan of those who drink between 1.5 and 3.5 cups of coffee a day increases.
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Reduced risk of premature death
ht According to the news of the earlier study, it was also found that coffee consumption reduces the risk of premature death, but it did not say that it is related to unsweetened coffee. However, the current study also does not shed light on whether the use of artificial sweetener in coffee reduces the risk of death. Researchers from Southern Medical University in Guangzhou, China, conducted this study using data obtained from the UK Biobank. In this, people were asked many questions about the habits of drinking non-sugar coffee and sugar-free coffee and asked about the effect on health.
Study on 1.71 Lakh People
Information related to their health was collected from about 1.71 lakh people. It was not known about them whether they had heart disease or cancer. Questions were asked only about their diet, coffee consumption and health-related problems. The study found that participants who drank any amount of unsweetened coffee over a 7-year period had a 16 to 21 percent lower risk of death than participants who did not drink coffee. At the same time, people who drank 1.5 cups to 3.5 cups of coffee with a little sugar, the risk of death was 29 to 31 percent compared to those who did not drink coffee. Researchers reported that coffee drinkers with sugar added only one teaspoon of sugar to their coffee. However, this study did not say anything about people using artificial sweeteners in coffee.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : September 13, 2022, 09:00 IST