Coffee and Tea Consumption Linked to Lower Metabolic Syndrome Mortality

A study found that daily tea and moderate coffee consumption can decrease mortality risk among patients with metabolic syndrome. Researchers used data from the UK Biobank to conduct a prospective cohort study to assess the relationship between coffee and tea consumption and mortality. They found a U-shaped non-linear association between coffee or tea intake and all-cause, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and respiratory disease mortality. The lowest mortality risk was associated with a combined consumption of 4 to 5 cups of coffee or tea per day. Daily tea intake and moderate coffee consumption are suggested as components of healthy lifestyles to optimize health benefits and diminish the likelihood of mortality.

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