New Study: Coffee Could “Restore” Your Liver from Booze

Coffee lovers, it’s time for you to shine. It’s a debate whether the coffee is good for your organism or not. People and scientists have separate theories and facts that support the one or the other side.
This new study wants to tell us a different story.
It’s said that drinking more coffee could reduce liver damage associated with overeating food or alcohol.
Researchers wanted to find out if there is something believable about this. They have analyzed data from more than 430,000 participants and found that 2 more cups of coffee daily is linked to 44% lower risk of developing liver cirrhosis.
The participants’ results have been collected from previous studies.
According to the lead researcher, Dr. Oliver Kennedy of Southampton University in the U.K., cirrhosis is potentially fatal and there is no available cure, so far. With that being said, possible cirrhosis could be reduced by consumption of coffee.
New Study: Coffee Could “Restore” Your Liver from Booze
Cirrhosis is one of those dangerous diseases that have a long track record of killing people every year all over the world. The numbers are horrifying and if drinking coffee means lowering the chances, then we don’t have anything to lose.
Researchers have pooled an analysis of average coffee consumption across previous studies. They took this step to declare how much adding 2 more cups every day could affect the odds of liver disease.
The studies included 1990 patients who suffer from cirrhosis.
In eight out of nine studies, increasing the coffee intake by 2 cups a day gave significant results in reducing the risk of cirrhosis.
And that’s not all. The risk of this disease continued to decline as daily cups of coffee climbed.
“Coffee is a complex mixture containing hundreds of chemical compounds, and it is unknown which of these is responsible for protecting the liver” – Dr. Kennedy
This is awesome, but keep in mind that coffee can’t do magical things. It’s full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, but it’s not powerful enough to fix a severely damaged liver.
This doesn’t mean that you need to relax and drink booze more than you’ve been drinking, so far.
Consumption of coffee the day after that won’t help you prevent any unwanted situations.
New Study: Coffee Could “Restore” Your Liver from Booze
It’s just not powerful enough.
In the end, I can conclude that it’s better for you to drink coffee than alcohol.
It’s your life. It’s your choice.


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