Hooray to all coffee lovers!
It was found out by the National Cancer Institute that drinking coffee is good for your liver. According to the research- 27,000 coffee drinker participants were asked to record their caffeine intake over a 24-hour period for survey. Their blood was then tested for levels of enzymes including aminotransferase (alt) and alkaline phosphatase (alp), which are markers of liver function.
The result showed that there are low levels of enzymes including aminotransferase (alt) and alkaline phosphatase (alp) to those people who said that they take three cups of coffee a day.
Lead researcher Dr. Xiao concluded that coffee intake can lower liver enzyme levels. Their findings on their data suggest that ingredients in coffee, other than caffeine, may promote liver health and further studies are needed to identify these components.
Meanwhile, for those who had a moderate coffee consumption, it was found out that it can help lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as well as delaying the onset of degenerative illnesses such as alzheimer’s and parkinson’s,
Sounds good to think that researcher is even on our side. So good luck to all Nation’s coffee drinkers out there! J