Drink this daily to prevent plaque in the arteries

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Drink this daily to prevent plaque in the arteries

As we get older, the likelihood of having a buildup of plaque in the arteries increases.

Plaque is made up of calcium and fat. It narrows the arteries and it can lead to heart attacks, stroke and even death.

But a new study shows that coffee can lower the risk of developing atherosclerotic plaques.

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This research was conducted at the University of Sao Paulo’s School of Public Health. The results of this human study were published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

Many studies have shown the beneficial effect of coffee on health. Coffee seems to be particularly protective of diseases associated with aging.

However, there had not been any high-quality large human studies into the effect of coffee on atherosclerosis risk. 

This study set out to examine the association between coffee consumption and atherosclerosis.

The study looked at data from Brazil which included over 4,000 individuals. The people taking part in this study had heart scans. 

These heart scans use x-ray technology to examine the amount of calcium in the arteries. 

Calcium is not the cause of atherosclerosis, but increased levels of calcium are a very good indicator of atherosclerosis.

In another part of this study, the participants were asked to complete a dietary questionnaire. 

One of the questions on this dietary questionnaire was related to coffee consumption. 

“Only participants who underwent a heart scan were included. Coffee consumption information was collected using a questionnaire.”

The study found that consumption of coffee was associated with lower levels of calcium in the arteries.

More than 3 cups of coffee per day seems to protect against atherosclerosis.

“Significant inverse associations were observed between coffee intake above 3 cups per day and higher scores on the calcium test.”

The seemingly protective effect of coffee was increased in people who never smoked.

 ”The analysis revealed a lower odds of coronary calcification in people drinking more than 3 cups per day who never smoked.”

Coffee does not seem to provide the same protection to smokers.

“Among current and former smokers, the intake of coffee was not significantly associated with coronary calcification.”

The root cause of atherosclerosis is not known. 

But it is associated with high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity. 

All of these conditions are known to have a gut-related component to them. 

Atherosclerosis has also been linked to gut problems. 

When some types of bacteria leak from the gut and get into circulation throughout the body, they can cause inflammation leading to atherosclerosis.

Coffee is very protective of the gut barrier.

Coffee hedges against leaky gut syndrome – the process where bacteria get into circulation and cause damage.

It is possible that coffee’s protective effect on the gut barrier is what prevents the buildup of atherosclerotic plaques. It works either way.

There are numerous studies that show coffee is protective against type II diabetes and other diseases through its action on the gut.

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This animal study was published in the Journal of Hepatology. It looked at the effect of coffee on leaky gut.

“The aim of this study was to evaluate whether the protective effect of coffee on was associated with changes in intestinal tight junction structure.”

The permeability of the gut is controlled by these tight junction proteins. 

When there are more of these tight junction proteins, there are less dangerous bacteria seeping through to the rest of the system – where they could cause inflammation leading to atherosclerosis.

Mice that were given supplemental coffee had higher amounts of gut-protective tight junction proteins.

“Coffee supplemented mice experienced an increased expression of the critical tight junction proteins.”

Coffee is likely a good food for most people to take regularly. 

A lot of coffee’s protective mechanisms seem to be based around its effect on the gut.

You should see a healthcare professional about treatment and diagnosis of atherosclerosis.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Coffee Consumption and Coronary Artery Calcium Score: Cross-Sectional Results of ELSA-Brasil (Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health).



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