Date: July 16, 2017 10:23AM
This is from the Washintonpost
"The researchers analyzed data on 451,743 adults, most in their early 50s at the start of the study. During the next 16 years, 41,693 people died. Those who regularly drank the most coffee were the least likely to have died. Compared with those who did not drink coffee, men who consumed three or more cups a day were 18 percent and women 8 percent less likely to have died. The risk reduction applied to both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption. Coffee drinking appeared particularly protective against death from digestive diseases (especially for men) and circulatory diseases (especially for women)...."
I just finished a long bike ride on a beautiful Sunday morning and about to have a cup or two of coffee with a late breakfast in a few minutes. A woman, who claimed she was investigating the church, posted recently on how she felt the word of wisdom was good. Tobacco is obviously a problem. Wheat causes health issues for many. Just use common sense. A relaxing bike ride, a cup of coffee and a hearty breakfast beats sitting in a dull and ill informed Mormon meeting any time. It may take her awhile to learn.