A study conducted among a quarter of a million men aged 50 and older has shown that the risk of depression is particularly increased by diet drinks. Consuming coffee assists in reducing the danger.
American researchers examined tens of thousands of people and found out that drinking over 4 cups of coffee per day increases the chance of early mortality by 50%. The hypothesis: caffeine becomes toxic in high doses
A study conducted at Harvard university revealed that men who don’t have breakfast are in a higher risk group for having a heart attack or fatal heart disease, and also tend to suffer from other risk factors, such as obesity and diabetes.
A new study published this week revealed that children who consume soft drinks – even just one per day – may suffer from problematic behavior, including that expressed through ADHD, aggression, and a tendency to get into conflicts.