CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - If you're the type of person that can't live without your morning cup of "joe," two new studies show that coffee drinkers may actually live longer.
When discussing the previous studies, Cleveland Clinic wellness expert Dr. Michael Roizen said, "Those people lived longer and had decreased immune dysfunction, decreased cancer rates, decreased cardiovascular disease rates, decreased liver dysfunction and decreased immune dysfunction."
Dr. Rozien added that the key to healthy coffee consumption is to not dilute the coffee with additives. "The things you want to avoid; added sugar, added syrups, and, of course, added cream. So drink your coffee black, whether it's decaf or not."