According to a new study, conducted by American scientists, coffee has a positive effect on the liver of people suffering from diseases of the body, according to MEDdaily.
According to researchers from the University of Colorado, there are fewer and fewer doubts about the potential benefits of coffee for patients with chronic liver disease. For 4 years he conducted scientific research, attended 782 patients diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty hepatosis. Males accounted for 38% of the participants, whose average age was 48 years. Among them are never drank coffee 29%, allowed herself to drink one Cup a day 28% of the participants in the day drank at least 2 cups of coffee 15% of respondents, more than two cups of coffee were daily rate of 28% participated in the experiment.
In the end it turned out that the risk of liver fibrosis in severe form depends on the amount of coffee consumed. The information obtained in the course of the study, were confirmed by the results of the previously performed histological studies.
The authors presented the results during the meeting, conducted by the American Association for the study of liver diseases. In accordance with these coffee may be beneficial to patients suffering from other types of chronic liver diseases. Earlier research has already been received proof positive effect of coffee for other chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes or liver fibrosis.
This is due, according to experts, the fact that coffee is a complex substance, each ingredient is important. Coffee consists of many ingredients - caffeine, vitamins, phenols, micro - and macronutrients, fiber, quinine and other compounds - the combination of which has a positive effect on human health.