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    How to live longer: Drinking both tea and coffee daily could boost longevity

    They noted the findings account for other lifestyle factors, including diet, exercise and other lifestyle choices.

    “This association remained significant after adjusting for potential confounders: the impact of each beverage on mortality was independent,” they added.

    British Heart Foundation (BHF) dietician Victoria Taylor says drinking four or five cups of tea or coffee a day “should be fine for most people”, particularly when it comes to heart health.

    She says: “Research shows that this level of caffeine intake shouldn’t be detrimental to your heart health, affect your cholesterol levels or heart rhythm.


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