Drink three to four coffees a day for good health

Tuesday, 28 Nov, 2017

Medical scholars who analysed more than 200 studies say moderate coffee drinking is not harmful to people's health and could help to prevent heart disease and other chronic illnesses. To conquer these restrictions, we intend to carry out unplanned and administered trial in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease to study if coffee functions as critique to eliminate the risk of the blossoming of disease.

Three cups of coffee per day was associated with mortality risks that were 19 per cent lower for cardiovascular disease, 16 per cent lower for coronary heart disease and 30 per cent lower for stroke, they said in the BMJ.

Although the results of the study are nothing short of promising, the public is cautioned about increasing their intake of coffee for the goal of becoming healthier as it is exclusively based on observational research.

Coffee was also associated with a lower risk of several cancers, including prostate, endometrial, skin and liver cancer, as well as type 2 diabetes, gallstones and gout.

"The evidence is so robust and consistent across studies and health outcomes, however, that we can be reassured that drinking coffee is generally safe, although some caveats apply", said Guallar.

Drinking coffee and the liver in our body are linked together like inks between coffee drinking and cirrhosis and another at coffee drinking and cancer of the liver.

Regular coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of death and improved health outcomes, according to new research.

While the study didn't determine the cause of all this goodness, it is suspected that coffee's bioactive compounds play a role. "It has been shown to contribute a large proportion of daily intake of dietary antioxidant, greater than tea, fruit, and vegetables".

While there is no denying that coffee is the most popular morning beverage for many people from around the globe, a recent study has revealed that it does not only deliver perking effects, thanks to its aroma and taste, but benefits one's health, too.

The researchers assessed data from 201 meta-analyses that examined the associations between coffee consumption and any health outcome in adults, from any country or setting. Meanwhile, find me in the kitchen making another cup.