Research comes down on both sides of coffee's health-benefits debate

06/25/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A 2004 review shows that 80% to 90% of North American consumers ingest caffeine regularly, with average daily consumption equaling two mugs of coffee or four 16-ounce bottles of soda. Evidence suggests that coffee and tea can fight diseases such as cancer, heart disease and others, but habitual and large doses of caffeine can put a strain on the heart and interfere with sugar-processing insulin.

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