For readers of Health Watch, I’ve talked at length about the numerous health benefits of drinking coffee.
Countless research studies have found that coffee is good for your brain, your waistline, and even helps lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
But that hasn’t stopped mainstream medicine from vilifying coffee… especially when it comes to how it affects your heart.
But today I’m going to show you why they’re WRONG (again)… and the new research to prove it!
Daily Coffee Helps Your Heart
According to a study presented at the recent American College of Cardiology’s 71st Annual Scientific Session, drinking two to three cups of coffee a day is associated with a lower risk of heart disease and dangerous heart rhythms.
Why exactly do I bring this up?
Well, for the longest time, many have strongly asserted that drinking coffee on a daily basis can cause issues with your heart — including cardiac arrhythmias, an improper beating of the heart.
But, according to the latest findings, “each additional cup of coffee” actually lowers your risk of arrhythmias by 3%.
Now, let me be clear…
This is not a license to start guzzling extra cups of coffee each day… or to start drinking coffee if you’ve never drank it before.
It’s simply cutting through the noise that coffee is NOT a direct indicator of arrhythmias!
So, if you’re already a habitual coffee drinker, keep it up! Just be sure to stick to no more than 2-3 cups each day to reap its health benefits.
If you’ve never been a coffee drinker but want to take advantage of its numerous health benefits, just be sure to start with one cup each day.
And when it comes to your heart health – especially staying on top of potential arrhythmias – be sure to get regular checkups with your doctor or cardiologist.