For ten long years science and health experts have been telling us that our habitual morning coffee routines can lead us down a path to heart failure and other cardiac related problems. For ten long years, we have been trying to curb our coffee drinking (some with more success than others). And now, we might be getting some relief from the mid-morning caffeine cravings.
A study, published this past Tuesday in the journal Circulation: Heart Failure has stated that drinking coffee might actually reduce your risk of heart related issues down the line. While the study is new, and somewhat groundbreaking, it has not been conducted as long as the “coffee as a heart risk” tests.
Preliminary reporting suggests, however, that moderate coffee drinking on a routine basis can actually immunize your body against the heart damaging effects of coffee over time. Those who drink two or three cups of coffee in a day may actually be conditioning their hearts against the effects of caffeine and lower their risk of heart failure.
As Kenneth Rozenberg knows, the moral of this story is moderation. Over consumption of coffee and other caffeinated stimulants is damaging to anyone’s body and can seriously raise your risk of heart problems.
Ken Rozenberg is also aware that while the immediate effects of this study might lift the spirits of those who need that morning caffeine fix that further testing and study is required before anyone gets too excited about the results of this coffee is good for you study!