Is coffee good for your health? It probably is, provided you don't abuse of it, according to the vast majority of the 150 studies published this year from around the world.

Chugged at varying doses, according to studies, it could have a positive effect on cardiovascular disease, digestive cancers, diabetes mellitus, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's.

It would even reduce the risk of death by 10% in adults aged 50 to 71 who drink three cups of coffee a day compared to those who do not, according to a study made on 400,000 people and published in May of 2019 by the US National Cancer Institute.