For the study, coffee drinking was categorized into three groups: those who drink less than one cup a day, those who drink between one and three cups a day and those who drink more than three.
People who consumed more than 25 cups of coffee a day were excluded, but the BHP claimed that “no increased stiffening of arteries was associated with those who drank up to this high limit.”
Coffee is always in the news with new studies claiming it’s dangerous, or healthy, or an antioxidant or who the hell knows anymore.
Professor Metin Avkiran, Associate Medical Director at the British Heart Foundation added, “This research will hopefully put some of the media reports in perspective, as it rules out one of the potential detrimental effects of coffee on our arteries.”
Here’s what I know: coffee makes me happy, makes me poop, and more productive.