These three deadly conditions could be prevented with coffee

Coffee is more popular than ever and drinking it frequently could help prevent diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.

In the UK alone, people drink around 55 million cups of coffee a day, according to the British Coffee Association.

The variety of ways in which people drink their coffee has expanded rapidly – as well as instant and filtered coffee, you can order a latte with a host of dairy-free milks.

But over the years there has been much about whether frequent coffee consumption could harm health in the same way as smoking and excessive amounts of alcohol.

Doctors warned that it could increase risk of heart disease, and damage the digestive tract.

However, more recently, studies have shown that a regular caffeine hit won’t harm us.

Indeed, no significant link has been identified between caffeine in coffee and heart-related problems such as heart attack, stroke, high cholesterol and irregular heartbeats.

Additionally, keeping consumption below three cups a day didn’t have a negative effect on fertility, according to a study published in the Nutrition Journal earlier this year.

Here are three reasons why you should drink coffee for your health.