Is coffee good for bone health? Science shows that drinking coffee reduces risk of hip fractures in women


A new study reveals that drinking coffee can reduce your risk of hip fracture – just another reason to pour yourself a cup. According to Cebr, the UK drinks around 95 million cups of coffee each day, and the health benefits of the nation’s favourite caffeinated drink are well known. But aside from the benefits to energy, life expectancy and gut health, there’s even more good news for coffee lovers, with scientists discovering that regularly drinking coffee and tea reduces the risk of hip fractures in women.

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Source: Coffee Talk

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