Over the years we have seen studies divulge encouraging information. Some academic articles purport that coffee is good at preventing this or that disease, others state that our favourite drink has beneficial effects on our ability to perform certain tasks. If there’s one thing we know about coffee – apart from how great it tastes, obviously – is that it’s a pretty wonderful thing when it’s all said and done.
But when it comes to the heart, we’re open to admit that the reliable evidence in the public domain has been a little bit mixed. One report claims that risk factors like blood pressure and cholesterol can be exaggerated thanks to a prolonged coffee habits, another might admit that a cup of coffee actually protects the most vital of organ.