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“Coffee drinkers may be at lower risk for liver disease,” said a team led by Dr. Mariana Lazo, of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public. “Coffee is also good for Primary Biliary cholangitis (PBC),” an autoimmune liver disease that affects the bile ducts and could lead to cirrhosis, he said. “The mechanism by. “Coffee drinkers may be at lower risk for liver disease,” said a team led by Dr.
Mariana Lazo, of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, in Baltimore. The findings also support the notion that “low and moderate levels of coffee may not be harmful to the liver,” the researchers said. MONDAY, June 11, 2018 (HealthDay News) More good news for coffee lovers: Having three or more cups of “joe” each day may help ward off serious liver ailments, new research suggests.
The 26-year study of more than 14,000 Americans couldn’t prove cause and effect. A new study found that people who drank coffee had lower risk of liver disease. When you have your morning coffee, you might be doing more than.
“The concept that drinking coffee is good for the liver is not a new one,” said Dr. David Bernstein. “There have been several large studies with cumulatively more than 430,000 participants that have found that drinking coffee was linked to a significant decrease in developing cirrhosis,” especially among those who overeat or drink alcohol. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks on the planet, and the good news is that a newly published report says it may reduce the risk of liver disease by 70 percent.
Since then, many studies have shown that coffee is amazingly protective for the liver.” According to the American Liver Foundation, liver diseases (including hepatitis, cirrhosis and liver cancer. However, increasing your intake of caffeine does not diminish your risk of contracting a liver-damaging virus, such as hepatitis. Further, drinking large amounts of caffeine may be detrimental to liver health when combined with the pain relief medication acetaminophen, according to an October 2007 animal study published in “Chemical Research in.
More good news for coffee lovers: Having three or more cups of “joe” each day may help ward off serious liver ailments, new research suggests. The 26-year study of.
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