but be careful with caffeinism, especially already healthy low fat people. It may help struggling people.
Coffee consumption associated with increase in life years, reduction in healthcare costs
Xcenda, the strategic consulting arm of AmerisourceBergen, one of the largest global pharmaceutical sourcing and distribution service companies, recently conducted the first-ever health economic analysis on coffee consumption. This research was analyzed in an economic model and found that moderate coffee consumption was associated with an increase in life years and a reduction in healthcare costs. The study looked at population-level coffee consumption across the United States by reviewing meta-analyses on the association of coffee and chronic diseases and cancers.
"This is the first time that coffee consumption has been analyzed through the lens of health economics," said Amy Grogg, PharmD, President, AmerisourceBergen Consulting Services. "With our new healthcare system being hyper-focused on reducing costs and improving outcomes, health economic research critically examines the effectiveness and value of health-affecting behaviors, resources and systems on a population. When we applied a health economic analysis to coffee, we were excited to see that this morning necessity may be a cost-effective means to improve health outcomes."