Coffee, your blood vessels and cardiovascular health; new information suggests coffee is good for circulation.
That morning cup of java seems to be more than just a stimulant many of us look forward to in the morning. Apparently, it is also good for our health, circulation wise says the American Heart Association.
This is great news for coffee lovers everywhere, and also great for starbucks and their business model, since your addiction to caffeine may be keeping you healthier.
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Coffee drinking could be the secret to cardiovascular health, researchers say
The American Heart Association reports that drinking coffee may improve cardiovascular health.
Researchers arrived at this conclusion after a study of 27 adults showed that drinking a cup of coffee significantly improved blood flow, which is an indicator of how well the inner lining of the body’s smaller blood vessels works. They found that adults who drank a cup of coffee had a 30 percent increase in blood flow over a 75-minute period when compared to those who drank decaf coffee
Earlier work showed that drinking coffee is linked to lower risks of dying from heart disease and stroke, and that large amounts of caffeine may improve the performance of larger arteries.
The study participants were adults who did not normally drinking coffee (22 to 20 years of age). Each adult drank one five-ounce cup of either regular or decaf coffee. Then the researchers determined finger blood flow utilizing laser Doppler flowmetry, which is a non-invasive way to determine blood circulation on a microscopic level. Two days later, the researchers repeated the experiment utilizing the other type of coffee.
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