Drinking coffee may help prevent liver cancer

Drinking coffee may help prevent liver cancer

Japanese researchers have found good news about coffee: Drinking coffee may help prevent common liver cancer.

  A survey of 90,000 Japanese people showed that people who drink coffee daily or almost every day are half as likely to develop liver cancer as people who never drink coffee; drinking one or two cups of coffee a day can help prevent liver cancer, Drinking 3 to 4 cups will increase its preventive effect.

  Animal experiments have also shown that coffee has a preventive effect on liver cancer.

So a research team at the National Cancer Center in Tokyo conducted a 10-year public health survey to prove whether coffee has an effect on liver cancer.

Studies have reported that in these 10 years, people who have never drank coffee or drank less coffee have had 547 cases per 100,000 people with liver cancer.

2 cases, while the number of people who drink coffee every day is only 214 per 100,000 people.

6 cases.

  Other studies have found that the caffeine in coffee stimulates the nerves of the substitute and turns sober.

Caffeine can also worsen the symptoms of menopause or the replacement of certain antibiotics.

Drinking too much coffee will cause miscarriage.

But research has also shown that caffeine-based skin creams reduce the risk of skin cancer in mice.