Do Coffee Drinkers Live Longer?

Coffee is one of the healthiest beverages on the planet. It contains hundreds of different compounds, some of which offer important health benefits. Several observational studies indicate that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of death. You may then wonder whether this means you’ll live longer if you drink a lot of coffee. What do you think LiveTribers? Do coffee drinkers live longer?

Posted by on 10 Nov 2021

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    I drink at 20 cups a day and full of energy

    Posted by Tracey on 29 Nov 2021

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    I drink coffee 3 times a day, maybe extra if I go out and am still ticking at 85

    Posted by dukie on 29 Nov 2021

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    Depends on lifelong activities they do or don’t do

    Posted by Phillip on 29 Nov 2021

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    MY MUM is 95 years old, she drinks coffee at least 2 times a day

    Posted by Bev on 28 Nov 2021

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    I love my coffee ,, and Im Not dead yet ,so it's a bit hard to tell if I live longer by drinking it

    Posted by Brian on 28 Nov 2021

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    I love my coffee,morning ,noon and night. Living longer whatever they reckon,when my time is up it's up.

    Posted by Jannette on 28 Nov 2021

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    I enjoy my coffee in many ways, percolated, bags, French press and I never think about the health aspect, but I have seen publicity about health benefits. However I think my two long blacks in the morning and one in the afternoon is adequate for my age,

    Posted by Barry on 28 Nov 2021

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    Yes....research has proved that....

    Posted by Dodo on 27 Nov 2021

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    When your time is up I don’t think coffee has much to do with it

    Posted by June on 27 Nov 2021

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    I believe a few cups a day is good for the heart

    Posted by Susan on 27 Nov 2021

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    Based on genetics I should , with the aid of the coffee I drink , live til at le as t a hundred! Look out world!!

    Posted by snooz on 26 Nov 2021

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    I wonder about the question,I drink coffee Day and night love it

    Posted by Jeanette on 25 Nov 2021

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    As long as the coffee is made from ground roasted beans and not from a jar of instant coffee or too much sugar in Your cup, the yeah, coffee is a good choice for a beverage to help live longer.

    Posted by Taze on 25 Nov 2021

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    Sugar Ray

    Yes, and it's now been proven by research delivered just a week ago!

    Posted by Sugar Ray on 25 Nov 2021

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    Helen May

    There is a difference between Instant and real coffee. I use Ground coffee in a plunger. Its the ground coffee fresh from the beans itself that has the most benefits. And its tea that has more caffeine then real coffee and Real coffee has more antioxidants then tea. Its coke that is the bad one for you liver as its not a natural source of caffeine. And i usually get headaches if i drink to much instant coffee.

    Posted by Helen May on 24 Nov 2021

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    In my personal opinion, coffee (caffeine) affects your liver, but really I don't believe that it will give you longer life in this planet.

    Posted by Raquel on 23 Nov 2021

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    Not sure would be good if so probably if you keep it limited to much of anything is not good for you

    Posted by lorraine on 23 Nov 2021

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    Like everything else, best in moderation. Not too much, but should and can have.

    Posted by pjr on 23 Nov 2021

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    I need my morning coffee

    Posted by Blonder on 22 Nov 2021

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    I love my coffee so I will live a awesome life

    Posted by Christine on 22 Nov 2021

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    Two cups a day, so far have made 85

    Posted by dukie on 22 Nov 2021

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    I like a short black with half a shot of white sambucca in it

    Posted by Trevor on 21 Nov 2021

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    Baby C

    Coffee is life

    Posted by Baby C on 19 Nov 2021

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    Love the smell but hate the taste of coffee! Husband loves it!

    Posted by Abi on 19 Nov 2021

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    Nah I don't drink coffee

    Posted by Kiniviliame on 18 Nov 2021

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    apart from the acid issues coffee causes.

    Posted by HEIDI on 18 Nov 2021

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    I don't drink coffee at all but I know alot of people who do and most say they wouldn't have a clue if it was good or bad for you, what they say though is what would their life be like without it. Makes you wonder if it's an addiction.

    Posted by BUBBA61 on 18 Nov 2021

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    I feel we are just as likely to die but Im sure both tea and coffee drinkers are possibly sure to be healthy people but then there's also alcohol drinkers that are casual drinkers of Wines are the same. Everything we indulge in may have great benefits for us so long as we don't abuse and in moderation

    Posted by David on 18 Nov 2021

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    it depends on the coffee quality and moderate use, too much caffeine is not good for the heart or blood pressure and can lead to electrolyte imbalance, i.e, low Potssium. instant coffee appears to hasten osteoporosis in the elderly.

    Posted by Fourskin. on 18 Nov 2021

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    I doubt it results in living longer but it certainly improves my day

    Posted by Heather on 17 Nov 2021

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    I believe drinking coffee will help you live longer

    Posted by George on 17 Nov 2021

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    I find coffees helpful arfter a hard day's work it very good for stress and helps me to sleep better at night I always drink one hot cup before going to bed.

    Posted by Paul on 17 Nov 2021

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    I drink coffee ten times a day

    Posted by Paul on 17 Nov 2021

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    Think that people who drink coffee also socialise more than those people who don't drink coffee. It is probably the combination of the two as well as keeping active in mind as well as body that gives this longer living, less dementia effect.

    Posted by CILLY0 on 17 Nov 2021

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    I believe coffee is a good stress relief. It offers comfort in its taste, the social aspect it offers with friends get togethers, family catch ups, and work place conversations - over drinking a cup of coffee together. Providing consumption is kept in moderation it can be very beneficial in a healthier and happier lifestyle. However in over indulgence (like many things/food/drinks in life) it may be harmful.

    Posted by Sharon on 17 Nov 2021

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    We are doing ok this far,

    Posted by June on 17 Nov 2021

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    Iggy's mum

    Surely it would depend on what you have in the coffee. If you have 6 coffees a day and 2 sugars in each plus milk then that is a lot of sugar and may push your body towards diabetes

    Posted by Iggy's mum on 17 Nov 2021

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    Probably depends on how much coffee - too much would degrade sleep quality and keep your system too stressed and wear your body down over time

    Posted by Emmca on 17 Nov 2021

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    Only live longer if keep themselves fit and healthy

    Posted by John on 17 Nov 2021

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    We just want to live longer so we can drink more coffee!

    Posted by Lionlamb on 16 Nov 2021

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    Sugar Ray

    Well, if the latest research announced this morning 16/11/21 is to be believed, Yes they do. People who drink 3-4 cups of coffee (and tea) have a lower risk of stroke, heart disease, or dementia, than those that don't!

    Posted by Sugar Ray on 16 Nov 2021

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    Think that's because they are socially active as well as drinking coffee.

    Posted by CILLY0 on 17 Nov 2021

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    Coffee is definitely a lifesaver to those who hang around people who drink coffee. Without the coffee there would be many more homicides?

    Posted by Hieme on 15 Nov 2021

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    HB Boy

    Coffee.someone say coffee. Where. Give me a coffee. Coffeeeeee

    Posted by HB Boy on 15 Nov 2021

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    this is still a debatable issue which may never be solved. To play safe, moderation is the key to good health & longevity

    Posted by Georg on 13 Nov 2021

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    No I believe coffee is a slow poison

    Posted by Ronald on 13 Nov 2021

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    No, Why would they?

    Posted by Ralph on 12 Nov 2021

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    I don’t believe that at all as it can also cause other health problems.

    Posted by Bombthrower on 12 Nov 2021

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    I go by the mantra "anything in moderation". I drink coffee and sometimes late at night and no problems sleeping. My kidneys are great as is my blood pressure. I am in my 70's. I smoked for years heavily and my lungs are healthy. I think sometimes it is the luck of the draw which way your health goes and it can depend largely on your family history also.

    Posted by coaster on 12 Nov 2021

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    Dont know my Grandmother only drank tea and she lived until she was 96 so I think I perfer tea

    Posted by snakelady on 11 Nov 2021

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    I love coffee, although agree with your grandmother’s choice. My 94 year old Nan only drinks black tea and I think it has benefited her well-being

    Posted by Sindy on 11 Nov 2021

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    Despite all the bs Coffee is NOT an overly safe beverage , especially if over consumed. Refer to any Lancet orJems article. It can cause bone density issues, sleep issues, high blood pressure and kidney issues. Its a legal and socially acceptable form of stimulant drug abuse.....much like cigarettes and good old booze!!!

    Posted by mact on 10 Nov 2021

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    Anecdotal from an interested party or are there tested methods over years printed in medical journals proving this wild statement?

    Posted by ere on 11 Nov 2021

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