As if you needed another food reason to go to your local coffee shop! Researchers have found that drinking several cups of java a day could stop liver disease in its tracked, according to an American study published in the journal Hepatology.
If you or a loved one have advanced liver disease or chronic hepatitis C, keep reading to learn how drinking coffee every day can help slow down the progr... ››› more
If you're anything like me, you can't start your day without the magical elixir that is coffee…
Not only does coffee keep you buzzing and motivated for the most part of the day, it also revs up your metabolism, improves your brain function, enhances your athletic performance, boosts far burn, lowers your risk of type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and liver disease, and ... ››› more
Coffee is the morning pick-me-up of millions. Every day, people drink coffee to increase their wakefulness and improve their concentration and focus.
I bet you do too.
And now there's even more reason to do so.
Earlier this year, researchers at the World Cancer Research Fund in the UK revealed that drinking coffee has an additional (and much more meaningful) benefit…
Liver cancer p... ››› more
Yesterday, R&B singer Percy Sledge, best-known for his hit single “When a Man Loves a Woman”, tragically passed away from liver cancer for which he underwent surgery in 2014.
What caused it? That's hard to know.
But studies show the most significant risk factor for liver cancer is chronic infection from hepatitis B and hepatitis C.
That means by having unprotected sex, you could be p... ››› more
Compared to non-coffee drinkers, those who drink more than three cups a day can keep liver problems at bay, say experts.
A meta analysis study confirmed that if you drink more than three cups of coffee every day, your risk of developing liver cancer decreases by a staggering 36%. But there's still hope if you only enjoy a seldom cup of coffee. Your risk is 28% lower compared to those who neve... ››› more
A team of researchers at the National University of Singapore wanted to see how everyday drinks affect the life of your liver. They followed 63,275 people between the ages of 45 and 75 for almost 15 years. At the end of the study, they found that one drink offered more protection than any other.
Here's how… ___________________________________________________________________________... ››› more
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