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Coffee May Improve Blood Vessel Function

If you needed another reason to justify your coffee habit, you've got it.  Japanese researchers discovered that caffeine may improve small blood vessel function, and this adds to previous data which has already suggested that caffeine is beneficial for large blood vessel function.  Also remember that caffeine may reduce diabetes risk by as much as 25%, and may improve cognitive function, especially in older adults.  As if that wasn't enough, coffee also appears to support liver health, and reduces the risk of liver cancer.  The amount of coffee consumed per day to achieve these benefits varies, but in the case of reducing diabetes risk, it's 3-4 cups per day.


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