October 4/Johannesburg, South Africa/Newspoint South Africa -- A team of experts from Harvard University has analyzed 47,911 coffee-loving men and observed that subjects who have a desire to sip six or more cups of coffee per day are least likely to suffer from prostate cancer, at least over two decades, as compared to those who do not attempt to consume coffee.

In addition to this, the research also insisted that immense coffee lovers have around 60% less chance to develop prostate cancer as compared to others and concluded, "Even men who drank just one to three cups of coffee benefited: They were nearly 30% less likely to develop lethal prostate cancer.”

Further, experts have also applauded coffee for its numerous attributes and noted it is a rich source of antioxidants. Previously, a number of other studies have claimed the beverage can also reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

 From the October 4, 2011, Prepared Foods' Daily News.