For the umpteenth time, credible sources have indicated that regularly drinking coffee leads to improved health and possibly longer life. Two studies recently published in the revered academic medical journal “Annals of Internal Medicine,” although from different continents (America and Europe), affirm that frequent coffee drinkers are less likely to succumb to death as a result of ailments such as heart diseases and stroke, unlike non-coffee drinkers.
The American study sought to establish the coffee drinking habits of over 185,000 Americans for 16 years and how their practices related to their health. The research considered diverse races. Participants of the study regularly reported their coffee drinking habits. The European study, just like the American one, surveyed over 520,000 people from different countries.
Researchers, from the two mentioned studies, arrived at a similar conclusion. They concluded that people who consume coffee two or more times per day had a higher chance—18%—of having longer and disease-free lives than people who shy away from the beverage. The researchers were careful to separate smokers from nonsmokers or note any other factors that could compromise the studies. However, the scholars failed to outline why coffee improves health and consequently the lifespan of a user.
The two studies reinforce what coffee companies like ORGANO Gold have been saying for years. In fact, ORGANO Gold’s premium coffee contain Ganoderma lucidum from the lingzhi mushroom which gives the company’s coffee an upper edge over regular coffee with regards to health benefits. What’s more, ORGANO Gold has strived to make its products available in over 50 countries through a well-established multi-level marketing system. Besides coffee, the company offers body management products, personal care products, and brewing cups to boot.
Bernardo T. Chua established ORGANO Gold in 2008. He is an experienced entrepreneur who is passionate about health and wellness.