Scientists from the University of Southampton found that frequent consumption of coffee reduces the risk of cancer of the liver.
Experts analyzed data from observational studies, which have observed the condition of 2.25 million people. Participants were ranked by number of drink their cups of coffee — from one to five.
It turned out that one Cup of coffee a day reduces the likelihood of hepatocellular carcinoma in 20%, two — 35%, and five cups reduce the risk by two times. It was also found that decaf coffee has a beneficial effect, but to a lesser extent.
According to the researchers, the substances contained in the drink, have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and other properties. Other experts have shown that coffee drinkers are less likely to develop liver disease such as cirrhosis.
Scientists do not call all men to drink a lot of coffee. They believe that the first step is to determine possible harmful effects from frequent consumption of caffeine. Already there is evidence that this drink is contraindicated in pregnant women.
Previously, scientists have found that walking the stairs invigorates stronger than coffee.