Caffeine could counteract the inflammation that comes with aging, a new study finds.
The difference could come down to just a few cups of coffee a day, study co-author and Stanford University professor of microbiology and immunology Mark Davis told Live Science. The study’s findings may explain why coffee drinkers tend to live longer than those who do not drink coffee, the researchers suggested in a statement from Stanford University.
The study had a few parts: First, researchers analyzed data from more than 100 people who are taking part in an ongoing study, called the Stanford-Ellison cohort, which aims to investigate how the system changes during aging. The researchers reviewed the participants’ blood samples, survey data and medical and family histories. [10 Interesting Facts About Caffeine]
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