Drinking coffee is healthy, even if you have heart disease, studies find

New research is out presented on NBC's Today Show that reverses traditional beliefs about the negative affects of coffee and now they find that coffee is actually good for your heart. It also helps people with Afib which before some doctors thought was a cause of it. The research findings go much deeper on the health benefits of coffee. 

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There’s new evidence showing coffee offers health benefits, with two to three cups a day associated with a longer life, and a lower risk of heart disease and heart rhythm problems.

Those benefits applied to both people with and without cardiovascular disease, according to three studies to be presented at the American College of Cardiology’s Annual Scientific Session next month.

“Because coffee can quicken heart rate, some people worry that drinking it could trigger or worsen certain heart issues,” said Dr. Peter Kistler, the senior author and head of arrhythmia research at the Alfred Hospital and Baker Heart Institute in Melbourne, Australia, in a statement.

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