Latest Research

R Del Giorno et al, 2021. Habitual coffee and caffeinated beverages consumption is inversely associated with arterial stiffness and central and peripheral blood pressure, International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, published online.

P Bazal et al, 2021. Caffeinated coffee consumption and risk of atrial fibrillation in two Spanish cohorts, European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, Volume 28 (6).

H S Ghavami et al, 2021. The relationship of coffee consumption and CVD risk factors in elderly patients with T2DM, BMC Cardiovascular Disorders, Volume 21 (1).

E Beller et al, 2021. Significant Impact of Coffee Consumption on MR-Based Measures of Cardiac Function in a Population-Based Cohort Study without Manifest Cardiovascular Disease, Nutrients, Volume 13 (4).

S Yuan et al, 2021. Lifestyle factors and venous thromboembolism in two cohort studies, Thromboembolism Research, Volume 202.

E Hyponnen & A Zhou, 2021. Cardiovascular symptoms affect the patterns of habitual coffee consumption, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, published online.

L M Stevens et al, 2021. Association Between Coffee Intake and Incident Heart Failure Risk: A Machine Learning Analysis of the FHS, the ARIC Study, and the CHS, Circulation: Heart Failure, published online.

I K Dahl & C Dalgard, 2021. Sami dietary habits and the risk of cardiometabolic disease: a systematic review, Int J Circumpolar Health, Volume 80 (1)

L H Naylor et al, 2020. Acute dose-respnse effect of coffee-derived chlorogenic acids on human vasculature in healthy volunteers: a randomized controlled trial, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, published online.

L H Naylor et al, 2020. Acute dose-response effect of coffee-derived chlorogenic acids on the human vasculature in healthy volunteers: a randomized controlled trial, American Journal on Clinical Nutrition, published online.

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