Keurig Coffee Maker Update: Drinking Coffee May Reduce The Risk Prostrate Cancer

Coffee enthusiast, Sue Brown, looks into the recent study by researchers at Harvard that claims that men who drink large amounts of coffee may be able to reduce the risks of prostrate cancer.

Online PR News – 31-May-2011 – – Miami, FL – According to a recent study by researchers at Harvard, men who drink six or more cups of coffee per day have a lower risk of getting prostrate cancer than non-coffee drinkers. If this study is correct, what is the best way to increase the intake of coffee?

Brown says, “If drinking more coffee reduces the risk of prostrate cancer, investing in a coffee maker may be the best way to go. The Keurig Coffee Maker is one of the best on the market today.”

Keurig sells three popular coffee makers: Keurig B60, Keurig B-70 and the Keurig B-40.

The Keurig B60 is a mid-luxury home brewing system that combines a blend of styling and numerous features. This coffee maker has three brew size options and programmable features including Auto On/Off, a Digital Clock and Adjustable Temperature.

The Keurig B-70 comes with 5 brew-size options, adjustable brew temperature and a removable drip tray. This makes it ideal for both everyday use and for entertaining.

The Keurig B-40 brews a fresh cup of gourmet coffee or tea in less than a minute. The Keurig B-40 use the Keurig's patented K-Cups. With this coffee maker you can choose from over 70 varieties of pre-measured gourmet coffees from a variety of premium brands.

According to Brown, “Any one of the Keurig Coffee Makers offers excellent value for money. However, the Keurig B60 is my personal preference.”

The jury is still out on whether coffee can reduce the risk of prostrate cancer. So perhaps one should still exercise moderation. But the Keurig Coffee Makers offer the best all-round value for money on the market today.

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