Drip Coffee Is The Healthiest
Brewing Method

It turns out that drip coffee (filtered or brewed coffee) is the best way to drink coffee when it comes to heart health.

A Swedish university research study found that "filtered brew” was associated with lower mortality than no coffee consumption and “unfiltered brew” was associated with higher mortality than filtered brew.

In conclusion, it suggests that drinking filtered coffee is not bad for one’s health. It could be beneficial for your heart and a 12 percent decreasing risk of death from cardiovascular disease for men and 20 percent for women.

Despite many variables to carrying out studies to determine if coffee is beneficial for you, recent studies are showing the health benefits of a morning cup of coffee.


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