By Dr. Jack Wolfson
Feb 11, 2021

Heart Failure or CHF (congestive heart failure) affects millions of people in the U.S. and around the world.

Simply, heart failure means that the heart cannot adequately meet the demands of the body. This may result in symptoms of shortness of breath, fatigue, and leg swelling.

Heart failure may be from a previous heart attack, high blood pressure, and disease heart valves. Alcohol is a well-known cause of heart failure. Even stress can do it too.

Modern medicine has many different treatments for CHF.

Additionally, there are many holistic natural strategies as well.

And one of those natural strategies should be COFFEE.

New Study

A recent report in the journal Circulation found that coffee drinkers had a LOWER risk of congestive heart failure. 3 cups of coffee were the sweet spot. The investigators looked at 3 previous trials including the Framingham Heart Study, the Cardiovascular Heart Study and the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study.

An article from 2012 found that 4 cups of coffee per day was the target for reduction in heart failure numbers. That analysis looked at over 100,000 people.

Why Does Coffee Work for Heart Failure

Coffee is loaded with antioxidants to combat free-radical damage occurring in our bodies. Couple this fact with coffee’s mineral content and its place as a non-caloric beverage, you will see the likely reasons behind coffee’s benefit.

Coffee may also serve as a vasodilator, opening up blood vessels to improve blood flow. Contrary to popular beliefs, coffee may actually reduce heart rate, something linked to less heart failure risk.

The Right Coffee

Heart failure patients appear to benefit from coffee. The studies above look at people who consume standard commercial coffees. These may contain pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, and mold mycotoxins. The contaminants likely diminish any benefits from coffee.

If you consume organic coffee, tested negative for mold mycotoxins and other contaminants, I think that gives you the maximum benefit to combat heart failure and other cardiovascular issues.

In fact, the best coffee supports your best life.

That is why we created Cardiology Coffee.


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