Sunday, November 10, 2013

Drinking coffee lower the risk of liver cancer

There is good news for coffee lovers. Because according to a recent study, coffee drinking is quite effective in lowering the risk of liver cancer.

As reported by The Examiner, the American Liver Foundation reported that there were approximately 21,000 Americans are diagnosed with the cancer each year. So they try to find ways to reduce the number of such cases.

"Coffee consumption may lower the risk of disease is hepatocellular carcinoma, liver cancer is the most commonly infect humans, up to 40 percent," said Carlo La Vecchia from the Istituto Ricerche in Farmacologiche, Italy.

Vecchia explained that the positive effects of coffee initially preventing diabetes, which is one of the risk factors for liver cancer. Vecchia also said another theory that coffee may be useful for the liver enzyme that triggers inflammation prevent cancer.

In addition to coffee, vaccines Hepatitis B and C as well as reducing the consumption of alcohol also include how to reduce the risk of liver cancer.

The results then reported in the American Gastroenterological Association.

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