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Coffee helps heart health? It’s more complicated than that – Sydney Morning Herald

Two new studies about the impact of caffeine on heart health show that the evidence is mixed but the message is clear: everything in moderation.

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The second study, published in the journal Clinical Nutrition, analysed the genetic data of 362,571 participants to explore the link between heavy coffee consumption and the fat, including bad LDL cholesterol, found in our blood.
Coffee beans contain a very potent cholesterol-elevating compound called cafestol and too much fat in the blood heightens the risk of CVD.
The researchers, from the Australian Centre for Precision Health at the University of South Australia, found that the more coffee people…

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