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7 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Drink Coffee Every Day

Reader's Digest Logo By Brittany Gibson of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 8: America really does run on coffeeThere are statistics to prove it. In fact, 54 percent of Americans over the age of 18 drink an average of 3.1 (8 oz) cups per day; the equivalent to 40 billion dollars spent solely on the ever-so-popular cup o' Joe. With over half of the American adult population sharing the same admiration for good ol' java, what's happening inside our bodies if we're drinking it every single day? Fortunately, it seems that drinking coffee is actually pretty healthy.

We love our coffee, for sure—but what does it actually do to your body?

America really does run on coffee. There are statistics to prove it. In fact, 54 percent of Americans over the age of 18 drink an average of 3.1 (8 oz) cups per day; the equivalent to 40 billion dollars spent solely on the ever-so-popular cup o' Joe. With over half of the American adult population sharing the same admiration for good ol' java, what's happening inside our bodies if we're drinking it every single day? Fortunately, it seems that drinking coffee is actually pretty healthy.
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