The Harvard School of Public Health has released an observational study showing that moderate coffee consumption can help reduce the risk of developing certain diseases including diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson’s disease, gallstones, liver cancer and cirrhosis. 

The study was based on researchers drawing conclusion based on differences between the number of disease cases in coffee drinkers versus non-drinkers.

The Harvard University School of Health has an 
infographic which includes Health Benefits, Health Risks, Caffeine Comparisons, and a Facts & Statistics a page addressing each disease the study indicated was affected by coffee consumption.

2 thoughts on “Studies Show Coffee Use Can Help Reduce Disease Risk

  1. Like most things in life – taken in moderation they will do little harm – while a little coffee daily will do no harm drinking buckets of the stuff will do more harm then good!

  2. Enjoyed the article. It is always fascinating to discover health benefits to my abuse of coffee. There is a Harvard Med Grad named Dr. Ken Kroll who has infused Anti-Aging Adoptogens into coffee. It is 100% arabica bean and organic. I had no idea how heavily pesticided the crop of coffee was. There are enough antigens we encounter in our daily life. Coffee should not be one of them. I need it too much. I think Dr. Kroll is on to a revolutionary idea.

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