TOO MUCH COFFEE – NEED CAFFEINE
A recent study released by the Mayo Clinic may inspire men under 55 to curb more than 4 cups of coffee a day. However this study may be best just for worry worts.
Last week, the Mayo Clinic Proceedings released a new study that revealed interesting results for coffee drinkers. At least, for drinkers under the age of 55, limiting your coffee consumption to less than 28 cups a day is advised.
According to the study, men who drink more than 28 cups of coffee per week have a 56 percent increased risk of death from all causes. Young women had a similar increase of risk from too much coffee. However, both men and women over the age of 55 see no change in risk.
Of course, this may confuse many Caffeine pouches readers (myself included) seeing we report so often on all of the great benefits of drinking coffee. Especially seeing so many other studies point out that coffee helps prevent premature death. The Mayo Clinic’s study’s data helps sort out the confusion.
The study was conducted between 1971 – 2002 where over 40,000 people ages 20 to 87 were given surveys about their health choices and lifestyles during an average span of about 17 years. However, the study only asked participants about coffee consumption once, which doesn’t calculate a change of consumption over time. A 20 year old male may not drink 4 cups a …