DRINKING COFFEE DAILY COULD REDUCE RISK OF LIVER CANCER

According to new findings, drinking coffee daily could help to reduce the risk of liver cancer.

Dr. Kate Allen, Executive Director
of Science and Public Affairs at
World Cancer Research Fund

International, says:
“The new findings around
alcohol, obesity and coffee are
particularly interesting. There are
also interesting new suggestions
relating to exercise and fish.”
“The evidence about the
relationship between diet,
nutrition, physical activity and
cancer is becoming well
established. We hope that these
new findings will inform the
debate about possible public
health implications and policy
responses.

The study revealed that both coffee and coffee extracts reduce the risk of developing liver
cancer by
approximately 14% if one cup of coffee per
day is consumed.
The CUP panel reveals:
“The evidence for coffee was
generally consistent, and the
dose-response meta-analysis
showed a significantly
decreased risk of liver cancer
per one cup per day.”

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