Reuters reported researchers found that “people who drink three to four cups of coffee a day are more likely to see health benefits than harm,” according to findings published in the British Medical Journal.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported the researchers also found that people who drink three to four cups per day appear to be at lower risk for “diabetes, liver disease, dementia and some cancers,” including endometrial, liver, prostate, and skin. The researchers “examined 201 observational studies analyzing the health of coffee drinkers.”
Forbes reported the researchers also found that coffee consumption was linked to lower risk for Parkinson’s disease, metabolic syndrome, kidney stones, and gout.
The Telegraph (UK) reported the researchers found that drinking up to seven cups of coffee per day was linked to a lower risk of early death.