According to a study  those who consume two to three cups of coffee daily have a tendency to live longer and have less cardiovascular disease than those who don't.

A study was conducted with 449,563 participants with a median age of 58. The data were collected over an average of 12 and a half years.

Over one lakh persons reported not drinking any coffee at all. Participants were divided into groups based on how much coffee they typically drank each day and what kind.

Although coffee includes more than 100 physiologically active ingredients, caffeine is the most well-known one.

It's probable that the non-caffeinated substances were behind the favorable correlations between coffee consumption, cardiovascular disease, and survival, the study concluded.

Even though the research doesn't show that drinking more coffee lengthens your life, it is still a fascinating association that researchers want to look into further.

It's also critical to compare the results to earlier research that connected a daily caffeine consumption of six or more cups with brain atrophy and a higher risk of dementia.

The findings imply that a mild to moderate intake of ground, instant, and decaffeinated coffee should be regarded as a component of a healthy lifestyle.

The researchers discovered that drinking coffee was also associated with the onset of cardiovascular disease, with those who drank two to three cups per day having the lowest risk.

According to study, moderate coffee use shouldn't be discouraged but rather encouraged as a heart-healthy habit, adds Kistler.