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Study Shows Drinking Coffee And Green Tea In The Morning Is Good For You

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Researchers have a love-hate relationship with breakfast. Recently, it's been more on the love side of things. Earlier last month, a study said intermittent fasting was too good to be true (breakfast: 1, fasting: 0). Now, research has shown that simply drinking coffee and green tea in the morning has long-term health benefits.

BUT FIRST, COFFEE!

Honestly, we can't complain. Not only do both coffee and green tea taste good, but they also set the morning and the rest of the day right. A hefty amount of the two has been linked to 63 percent lower mortality rates to those with type-2 diabetes.

The study, published in BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care, found that drinking two cups of coffee and four or more cups of green tea were most beneficial. Excuse us while we try to catch up and make a cup of either, stat.

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There are other factors at play, however, that researchers found, too: "Higher educational or income levels may be associated with greater coffee consumption; they may also be related to lower mortality risk."

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BUT FIRST, COFFEE!

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