Coffee: The New Health Food

When it comes to our health we all fear the three Cs: cancer, cardiovascular disease, and hepatitis C. Now you can reduce your anxiety about the bad Cs by drinking the good C: coffee. That’s right; the latest medical research shows that you can improve your health by drinking coffee. Here’s what the experts say:

1. A Journal of the National Cancer Institute report on a study of 48,000 men found that those who drank more than six cups of coffee per day reduced their risk of developing lethal prostate cancer by 60% when compared with non-coffee drinkers. Because prostate cancer is the number one cancer among men over 50, it is certainly good news that coffee is a benign, non-invasive way to reduce this cancer risk. Click here for the full article.  

2. Some other cancer risks are reduced for everyone who increases coffee consumption per a European Society of Medical Oncology report that concluded “ … increased coffee consumption reduces risks of cancers of the oral/pharynx (OP) as coffee drinking is inversely related to OP cancer risk.” Click here for the full article.

3. A recent study conducted at Rutgers University using mice supports the theory that caffeine may even guard against certain skin cancers by inhibiting a protein enzyme in the skin, known as ATR. “Caffeine might become a weapon in prevention because it inhibits ATR and also acts as a sunscreen and directly absorbs damaging UV light,” says the director of the Susan Lehman Cullman Laboratory for Cancer Research. Click here for the full article.

4. Those with a high risk of heart disease should be aware of the results of six large studies reported by the Cardiology Research Practice that found the “ … risk of a first cardiovascular event was decreased by 67% for those who drank more, rather than less, than eight cups of coffee per day … and lower cardio heart disease mortality is primarily attributed to a protective relationship between caffeinated coffee use and the onset of heart valve disease.” Click here for the full article.

5. “Patients with chronic hepatitis C who drank the most coffee and had failed standard treatment fared better with retreatment,” reported the American Society of Liver Diseases. The Society also concluded that “ … drinking coffee could help slow the progression of fibrosis in patients with fatty liver disease.” Click here for the full article.

6. Coffee can be beneficial to your health in numerous other ways as well … it can help with asthma symptoms, it can boost metabolism, it is a natural antioxidant, and more. Click here for the full article.

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