Drinking coffee can cut the risk of cancer
DRINKING three to five cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of liver cancer, scientists have found.
By MARK REYNOLDS
Thu, Nov 16, 2017
It can also cut the risk of cirrhosis and liver disease by up to 70 percent.
A review of American and Italian research concluded that “moderate” consumption slashed the risk of liver cancer by 40 percent compared with those who did not drink any coffee – with more cups giving more protection.
It found coffee was associated with an even greater reduction in the risk of cirrhosis, of between 25 and 70 percent.
The risk of chronic liver disease was reduced by 25 to 30 percent in low coffee consumers and up to 65 percent in those who drank a lot. Coffee protects the liver due to a combination of effects caused by its constituents, the review team concluded.
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