Studying the long-term risks of coffee consumption, the group wanted to clarify its effect on the risk of heart disease.
The combined data covered nearly 1.3 million participants and 36 separate studies.
In studying this enormous sample, they found something INCREDIBLE!
They found that those who drank about three to five cups a day were at the lowest risk for problems.
And when they compared non-coffee drinkers with those who drank 5 or more cups of coffee per day, they found that both had about an equal risk of heart disease.
Both non-coffee drinkers and those who consumed 5 or more cups per day were at higher risk than those who drank a moderate amount of coffee.