The level of estrogen in women is affected by the caffeine in tea and soda

Scientists have found out that regular consumption of caffeine can cause a change in the level of estrogen is very important female hormone. This study was conducted by experts from the National Institute of human development and child health name Eunice Kennedy Shriver. The results showed: women from Asia, who daily drank 2 cups of coffee, had a higher level above the hormone.

The representative of the European continent, which consumed as much caffeine per day, had the level of estrogen in several times lower. Scientists took into account not only the caffeine that was entered in the body of women directly from coffee, but also from other products (green and black tea, and caffeine-containing soda water), writes the Agency The Times of India.

Studies conducted on animals, given the opportunity to suggest that caffeine can have an impact on the processes of ovulation. In order to verify this theory, in the period 2005-2007, scientists have studied about 250 and more women in the age category of 18 to 44 years.

The experimenter Enrique Schisterman explains:

But it is known that from the point of view of the woman's cycles estrogen plays an important role, and the imbalance of estrogen can cause a number of diseases: osteoporosis, endometriosis, endometrial cancer, and ovarian cancer and breast cancer.

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