Coffee Lead to Long Life
100% Tanzanian Mild Coffee.
The Coffee is grown on the slopes of The Kilimanjaro mountain at altitudes between 8,000 & 10,000 ft.
The Coffee is sun dried after fermentation and finally milled to obtain different grades of green beans. The top grades are chosen and roasted in batches to archive best roasting results.
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Not only does coffee jump start our day, it can also help extend our lives.
After extensive studies done on coffee and health, it was shown that people who drink coffee, whether decaf or regular, may live longer than those who don’t. So, let 2013 be the beginning of healthier lifestyle with Africafe Coffee.
Scientist at the National Institutes of Health AARP Diet and Health studies over 400,000 men and women in 6 different states and found a connection between living longer and drinking coffee. They followed the the subjects for 13 years and nine out of ten participants drank coffee.
They compared those who didn’t drink coffee with those who drank three or more cups a day and found those who drank coffee had a lower risk of death from an array of leading diseases and illnesses. Some of those included heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, infections, diabetes, accidents and injuries.
The results showed men who drank on average 3 cups of coffee a day where 10% likely to live longer than those who didn’t drink coffee, while it was 13% for women. Just drinking a single cup of coffee a day seem to lead to a longer life by 5% for women and 6% for men. The most impressive results were for women who drank on average 5 cups a day lowered their risk by 16%.
The findings are reassuring to those who can’t live without one of the most popular beverages in America
“There’s been a concern for a long time that coffee drinking might increase the risk of death,” said Neal Freedman, PhD, of the the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics at the National Cancer Institute. “Our study suggests that’s not the case.” Freeman concludes, “Coffee is a complicated beverage,” it contains over 1,000 compounds including helpful antioxidants. The research shows a clear pattern that coffee increased the chances of a longer life.
Organic Africafe coffee is grown without harmful pesticides and chemicals. It is naturally grown in rich volcanic soil of Africa, for this reason it is full of nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants. With all these health benefits there is no reason not to enjoy a delicious cup of Africafe coffee.
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