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What a crock of crap!
Lissy don’t hate on coffee just because it gave you the shits in the middle of Wal-mart one time.
Indeed. Coffee alone has benefits, but sugar is extremely toxic. If anyone disputes this, then I say go ahead and consume sugar. Sooner or later you will join the countless millions of people who have diabetes, heart disease, and many other problems. Read up on the horrendous effects of sugar. Or ignore it and pay the price. It’s your choice.
The title used isn’t correct…looky what the study said regarding sugar…” . “ Although the present findings suggested that adding sugar did not eliminate the health benefits of coffee, Liu and colleagues still cautioned against sweetened beverages, citing widely known associations between sugar consumption and poor health.”
How did Gwyen get this twist from the study…..
“Coffee drinkers live longer, especially if they add a spoonful of sugar”
Of course I’ll believe a study on the health benefits of sugared coffee authored by a nation of tea drinkers.
Given recent history Chinese reporting is as trustworthy as ours and Russia’s is better.
That’s only true for deluded loons who idolize Trump. What an absurd statement.
How much are you paying for gas and groceries these days?
I drink a 12 cup pot before I leave to go to work, and then drink coffee all day at work, with loads of sugar. Heck, I might live forever!
This study funded by Maxwell House, Folgers and C&H Sugar. LOL!
Next study will say coffee drinkers live 5 years less on the average. Just wait.
Coffee healthy? Coffee helps you live longer? What an absolute joke. I suggest everyone read the book Caffeine Blues by Stephen Cherniske if you want the truth.
No, it won’t. This actually reinforces what has been revealed about coffee over the last several years. Don’t denigrate science, it makes your modern life possible. Your comment is lazy and pointless.
Did they account for a simple fact a significant number of people who did not drink coffee at all did do because they had issues with high blood pressure, and those who did drink coffee but shipped the sugar did so because they had issues with diabetes?
No faith in Wee on the Annals?
“People who drank any amount of unsweetened coffee were up to 21 percent less likely to die than those who did not drink coffee.”
Hate to tell you this, but nobody is “21 percent less likely to die.” We are all 100% guaranteed to die.
If the sentence, “It didn’t matter whether people drank decaffeinated, instant, or ground coffee — the results held up for all of them,” is true, then why did the author specify “caffeinated,” in the following statement: “…people who drank between one and a half to three and a half cups of caffeinated coffee were less likely to die…”?
Right! Who is dumb enough to believe this. Exactly why no one cares about science anymore.
It’s only used as a manipulation tactic.
Everyone knows sugar is bad for you .
There are many studies on the health benefits of coffee. Why all the coffee hate?
I feel better now. I love my Nespresso machine, but It needs some sugar and I did feel guilty for using a little sugar (less than a teaspoon). Now I can enjoy it guilt free.
I’m guessing it’s all the other sugar people eat in a day that’s bad for their health, not the small amount one would put in coffee.
Too many studies.
The Chinese studying Brits.
Does anyone else see what’s wrong here?
An issue worth getting to the bottom of!
I love coffee????i drink a pot of coffee a.day I use creamer no sugar i have drinking it since grade school i am 72 hears old feel ok so I am a big coffee drinker
A testament that coffee helps us live longer
The author of this didn’t include this from the original study. “ Although the present findings suggested that adding sugar did not eliminate the health benefits of coffee, Liu and colleagues still cautioned against sweetened beverages, citing widely known associations between sugar consumption and poor health.
In an accompanying editorial, Christina C. Wee, MD, MPH, deputy editor of Annals of Internal Medicine, pointed out a key detail from the data: the amount of sugar added to coffee in the U.K. study may be dwarfed by the amount consumed by some coffee drinkers across the pond.
“The average dose of added sugar per cup of sweetened coffee [in the study] was only a little over a teaspoon, or about 4 grams,” Wee wrote. “This is a far cry from the 15 grams of sugar in an 8-ounce cup of caramel macchiato https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/974816
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