Three to four cups of coffee good for your health, study claims

Three to four cups of coffee good for your health, study claims

It seems that even heavy caffeine drinkers are safe from diseases, as scientists have discovered that drinking up to three and four cups of coffee per day has a protective effect.

The included studies used mainly observational data, providing lower quality evidence, so no firm conclusions can be drawn about cause and effect, but their findings back up other recent reviews and studies of coffee intake.

The review looked at 201 studies, and found that drinking a whopping four cups of coffee a day might actually be safe to drink.

Drinking coffee and the liver in our body are linked together like inks between coffee drinking and cirrhosis and another at coffee drinking and cancer of the liver.

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Observational studies are on the forefront in determining potential coalition but can not demonstrate cause and effect relationship.

The study found that coffee consumption and pregnancy may lead to negative health outcomes.

Coffee consumption was also associated with a lower risk of neurological problems, including Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and depression. The same benefits don't apply to pregnant women who, by drinking coffee, risk giving birth prematurely or even pregnancy loss. To conquer these restrictions, we intend to carry out unplanned and administered trial in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease to study if coffee functions as critique to eliminate the risk of the blossoming of disease. Our research group has an interest in liver conditions.

Numerous included studies may have adjusted for factors that may be associated with both the health outcome and with coffee drinking, such as smoking.