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|Anonymous||In a breakthrough, life-changing* study, researchers have found that drinking coffee is linked to living longer.
(*breakthrough and life-changing for those of us who thrive on the stuff.)
The study, presented at the European Society of Cardiology , found that people who drink four cups of coffee or more a day have a lower risk of death than their caffeine-free friends.
Spanning 10 years, nearly 20,000 participants were quizzed on their health in conjunction with their coffee consumption.
In the end, researchers discovered those who consumed large amounts of the sweet elixir that is coffee were 64 per cent less likely to die of any cause during the period of the study compared to those who said they never or almost never drank coffee.
It's important to note that the study was completely observational. Meaning, it hasn't been proven drinking coffee equals living longer. It was found to merely be a link.
Still, while we're not encouraging you all to go out and consume a diet completely consisting of Arabica, now you've got a worthwhile excuse to tip that bearded hipster barista at your local cafe.
They may, just may, be helping you live longer.
There's no need to even leave the house to partake in the glory that is cafe-standard coffee in order to live longer, though.
Asda have a great range of newly-released coffee products to put an extra pep in your step on the way to the office in the morning.
Their Extra Special coffee pods are compatible with Nespresso® machines and come in four different flavour profiles.
So whether you like smooth, strong, full-bodied or delicate, you can team coffee pod with taste.
Even better, you can pick them up for £2, down from £2.48.
If you're after a bolder, powerful drop, try the Possente pods. Here you get a full-bodied blend with bold, assertive flavours.
In the vibe for something more relaxing and smooth? The Aromatico pods are roasted gently to create an easy-going blend of nuts, malt and sweet caramel.
The Levigato is for fans of a rich, smooth roast of sweet malt, caramel and dried fruits.
If you're after something more intense, try the aptly-named Intenso . Possessing a stronger, dark potency, this is a blend of Arabica and a dash of Indian Robusta, with a dark chocolate finish.
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