Coffee to protect the heart, decaffeinated? (Research)

Research shows that people who drink more than one cup of coffee each day are less likely to suffer from heart failure.

Heart failure or loss of heart function refers to a pathological condition in which the heart’s pump function is defective and blood cannot be sent to various parts of the body.

Researchers, including the University of Colorado and Chapman University in the United States, analyzed three papers that followed over 20,000 American adults for more than 10 years to clarify the effects of coffee on heart failure.

The conclusions of all three were the same. Drinking more than one cup of coffee a day reduces the risk of heart failure. However, there was a difference as to how much it decreased. In two papers, it was found that the risk of heart failure was reduced by 5 to 12% compared to those who drink only one cup of coffee a day and not at all.

However, on the other side, it had to be larger than that in order to benefit. Those who drink at least two cups of coffee every day have a 30% lower chance of suffering heart failure.

Can I get the same effect by drinking decaffeinated coffee? “It is because of caffeine that drinking coffee reduces the risk of heart failure.” This means that it is difficult to expect a heart keeper role in decaffeinated coffee.

However, it is not advisable to blindly increase your caffeine intake. This is because blood pressure increases and heart rate increases, leading to anxiety and anxiety as well as insomnia.

The results of the study (Association Between Coffee Intake and Incident Heart Failure Risk) were published by the American Heart Association magazine Circulation, and reported by The Washington Post.

Reporter Lee Yong-jae [email protected]

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