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People consuming 100-199 mg of caffeine per day 6% less likely to die over 23 years
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People consuming 100-199 mg of caffeine per day were 6% less likely to have died during a 23 year follow-up (1981-2004) compared to those consuming less than 50 mg per day according to the Leisure World Cohort Study.
“Moderate caffeine consumption appeared beneficial in risking risk of death,” the authors of the paper concluded.
Subjects: 8644 women and 4980 men
The study analyzed data on 8644 women and 4980 men aged 44 to 101 years with a median age of 74 years.
Paganini-Hill A, Kawas CH, and Corrada MM. Non-alcoholic beverage and caffeine consumption and mortality: the Leisure World Cohort Study. Prev Med, 2007 Apr; 44(4): 305-310.
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