Coffee: An Excellent Drink for the Liver!

The positive actions of tea are forever being extolled, whereas its great contemporary coffee is generally subject to rather more circumspection. However, “a reasonable amount” of coffee is as beneficial to health as tea. A recent study confirms coffee’s protective effects on the liver. Although drinking the celebrated drink on an empty stomach is not recommended, drinking it regularly (but not too much of it) is encouraged for people at risk of developing liver disease.

Fresh hot coffee being poured into a cup from a stainless steel french press in a trendy cafe

https://www.ladepeche.fr/2021/06/24/la-consommation-de-cafe-protege-contre-le-risque-de-maladies-graves-du-foie-9628647.php

https://www.liver.ca/fr/blog/le-cafe-et-votre-foie/

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