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How can drinking coffee help me live longer?

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine
To live longer and younger, go for Joe. You'll delay or help prevent dementia and Alzheimer's with 2 cups of caffeinated coffee a day. You'll get even bigger benefits with up to 6 small cups daily. (Skip this longevity booster if caffeine triggers migraines, anxiety, gastric upset, insomnia, or abnormal heart beats.)
Chris Kilham
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

A lot of people think of coffee as a pleasurable vice -- but it's really a major health virtue. In this video, "Medicine Hunter" and author Chris Kilham describes all the reasons to make coffee a habit.


Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
Drinking coffee may lead to a longer life if you’re drinking the right kind. Watch Robin Miller, MD explain why coffee drinkers on a Greek island have prolonged life.

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