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Coffee Can Protect, Too


Drinking coffee to sober up is an old wives’ tale, but science says coffee may lessen liver damage from, among other things, too much alcohol. New Japanese research shows that drinkers of one or two cups of coffee a day are 30% less apt than non-coffee drinkers to have liver cancer. A new National Institutes of Health study finds that Americans at high risk of liver damage who drank more than two cups a day showed half as much liver damage as non-coffee drinkers. People in the study drank excess alcohol, had viral hepatitis or iron overload, or were overweight.

This EatSmart column is reprinted from USAWEEKEND Magazine and is copyrighted by Jean Carper. It cannot be reprinted without permission from Jean Carper.

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  1. […] she added. “In fact, increasing evidence indicates that moderate coffee consumption may decrease the risk of some diseases such as diabetes, liver cancer and possibly stroke.” Prior research has demonstrated a […]

  2. […] is good for you. Exercise is good for you. Coffee in moderation is good for you. Even getting angry now and then is good for you, if it feels good and doesn’t hurt anyone. The […]