After 10 years of the study, results showed that non-coffee drinkers were more likely to have died than those who didn't drink coffee. In the end, there were 14,225 deaths due to cancer (58 percent); cardiovascular disease (20 percent) and respiratory disease (4 percent).
"These findings ... provide further reassurance that coffee drinking can be a part of a healthy diet", the researchers wrote. The group studied was 54% female and had an average age of 57.
The live-giving properties of a cup of joe even stayed in place for the survey's 10,000 respondents who drank eight cups or more a day.
Drawing information from the UK's Biobank data resource, which holds information on around nine million people, researchers were also able to profile British java drinkers.
However, despite the findings, the researchers are warning people not to significantly increase their coffee intake in a weird quest for eternal life.
So go on, drink another cup, guilt-free.
Caffeine is one of the few natural substances that have been proven to aid fat burning.
In general, the study found a 12 percent reduced risk of all- or any-cause mortality during the 10-year period.
Drink up, coffee fiends.
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"I try to have just one cup daily", Taylor said.
The study, conducted by the US National Cancer Institute, used data from more than 500,000 British volunteers.
"There has been concern about the health effects of heavy coffee drinking, particularly in participants with common genetic polymorphisms that affect caffeine metabolism", the researchers wrote. Also, that U.S. Dietary Guidelines advise moderate coffee consumption as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Ingesting too much caffeine can result in anxiety, dizziness, upset stomach, a fast heartbeat and even muscle tremors.
In a study of almost half-a-million British adults, coffee drinkers had a slightly lower risk of death over 10 years than abstainers.
Additionally, caffeine has been shown to be abundant in antioxidants which reduce inflammation and boost both lung function and sensitivity to the glucose-controlling hormone insulin.
Enigma Cafe staff member Clarke Gardiner said coffee for him was "the essence of energy to wake up in the morning", drinking multiple coffees every day at work - including at night time.
"But", she added, "I would also suggest if someone doesn't enjoy coffee, the data are not strong enough that they should start drinking coffee".
The more recent British study worked like this, according to the AP summary.
The results were encouraging for coffee drinkers of all stripes; decaf devotees, instant coffee lovers, those who have variants of the genes associated with metabolizing caffeine, even people who drink up to eight cups of coffee per day-drinking coffee was associated with a lower mortality risk over the study period compared to non-coffee drinkers.