Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Coffee?... Heart disease?

Whoever sees this article showing the consequences of taking a cup of coffee or two a day helps prevent from heart disease would be surprised. Recently, there was a study trying to find out the connection between coffee and heart disease. According to the study, both men and women who are used to drink coffee more frequently tend to have the less percentage of heart disease than that of people who never drink or less.
Experts in the field of nutrition sciences commented that drinking coffee in moderation is good for most people. He added that it is not caffeine that does good but the antioxidants in the beverage. Antioxidants which are known to be good for heart can be easily found in fruits, wine, tea. Therefore drinking coffee that is decaffeinated is the best way to get antioxidants out of it.

1 comment:

Jacqueline said...

Fantastic use of the passive voice. This is really well-written Jun, and interesting, too!