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Putting This in Your Coffee Could Reduce Inflammation, Says New Study

by Kiersten Hickman

It’s been demonstrated time and again that coffee is one of nature’s gifts that can help reduce inflammation. Coffee is chock-full of polyphenols, a type of antioxidant found in plant foods that are known for reducing inflammatory markers and therefore possibly lowering your risk of disease. The research even proves it: A 2019 assessment of clinical trials found coffee to have anti-inflammatory effects, as well as a 2016 study that found coffee drinkers to have lower inflammatory markers compared with a group of non-coffee drinkers.

But what if you’re not crazy about black coffee? Turns out, a creamier cup may pour out big health benefits, too.

What the study says

Even though milk has been found to be a lead food to cause inflammation, new research suggests dairy can, in fact, do the opposite.

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