Drinking coffee supports liver health
Have you ever thought that you should do more to protect your health? Well you could be doing it right now…simply by drinking coffee.
People who regularly drink coffee have a reduced risk of liver disease. The same effect is seen in those who drink regular and decaf coffee, ground or instant, a study by the University of Southampton has discovered.
Researchers analysed UK Biobank data from 384,818 coffee drinkers and 109,767 people who didn’t drink it. Compared to non-coffee drinkers, coffee-drinkers had a 21 per cent reduced risk of chronic liver disease, a 20 per cent reduced risk of chronic or fatty liver disease, and a whopping 49 per cent reduced risk of death from chronic liver disease.
Something to think about as you drink your morning coffee.