New Scientist Breaking News - Could coffee protect your liver against alcohol?If it holds up it's great science. That doesn't mean coffee helps. It may mean that as the liver becomes more dysfunctional it can't process coffee and users don't tolerate it any more. In fact the coffee could even be harmful.
People drinking one cup of coffee per day were, on average, 20% less likely to develop alcoholic cirrhosis. For people drinking two or three cups the reduction was 40%, and for those drinking four or more cups of coffee a day the reduction in risk was 80%.
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Cirrhosis and coffee: cause or effect?
This is a huge correlation:
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