Many people have acquired this practice of drinking coffee after an extravagant booze with beer and other alcoholic drinks. Some say coffee kind of relaxes their nerves, others say they feel the need to drink something hot. If you're one of these people who take on coffee after beer, then you'll be glad to hear about this great news.
A study from the United Kingdom confirmed that the liver damage caused by alcohol may be reversed by drinking coffee. Well, it's not really drinking coffee after drinking beer, although that may help. You will need to drink two cups of coffee everyday to take advantage of its liver-healing benefits.
The Study Finds Connection between Liver Health and Coffee
According to the UK study, which analyzed data from almost 10 studies that had more than 430,000 participants, it was discovered that two more cups of coffee daily can lead to 44% less risk for liver cirrhosis. This is indeed good news for those whose favorite pick-me-up drink is coffee. Millions of people around the world die every year from this disease, which is caused by excessive alcohol intake, along with others such as:
• Fatty liver disease (often lined to diabetes and obesity)
• Immune disease
• Hepatitis infections
Patients with cirrhosis have their life in danger because it is potentially fatal. What’s more, the liver disease still does not have a cure. But according to the Dr. Oliver Kennedy, the professor at Southampton University who is also the lead author of the study, consuming coffee has an important role in decreasing the risk of developing cirrhosis. Coffee is ubiquitous, cheap, and most people can tolerate this beverage. It is also well-loved by many, so it becomes easier to fight cirrhosis.
Cirrhosis and the Coffee Study
The team studied the effects of coffee in almost 2,000 people who have cirrhosis. They were divided into groups and these are the results:
• One cup of coffee every day can lead to 22% less risk for cirrhosis.
• Two cups can give you 43% lower risk.
• Three cups give 57% decreased risk.
• Finally, four cups were translated to 65% lower risk for the disease.
The effects were all compared to people who did not drink coffee. Although this is really good news, there are some things to be considered first, including:
• Beans Used
• Brewing technique used
• Lifestyle of the drinker
There’s also one study that showed how filtered coffee is more effective than boiled coffee in fighting liver cirrhosis. Although there are some questions left unanswered, this revelation is welcomed by many, especially those who love drinking alcohol and coffee.
Source: Steth News
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