Insights from European and US Studies on Regular Coffee Consumption

Indulge in guilt-free moments with a cup of coffee and a good book – it’s a health-conscious choice. Studies in both Europe and the US reveal that regular coffee consumption is associated with increased longevity.

Those enjoying three or more cups daily are 18% less likely to die, while even one cup a day reduces the risk by 12%. These findings align with previous research linking coffee to lower risks of various diseases, attributed to its rich antioxidants content. Caffeine and caffeine-free varieties yield similar benefits.
So, savoring your coffee not only extends your lifespan but pairs well with the positive impact of reading. Beyond stress relief and entertainment, reading enhances memory, concentration, and may contribute to preventing Alzheimer’s and dementia. Mental stimulation through reading fosters emotional intelligence, deepening our understanding of others.