According to the news of the Guardian, researchers from the University of Southampton in England conducted a study examining whether coffee reduces the risk of chronic liver disease. In the study, which was based on Bio Bank data in the UK, the data of 494 thousand 585 participants were analyzed.
It was noted that the participants were between the ages of 40 and 69, 384 thousand 818 of them consumed coffee, 109 thousand 767 did not consume coffee. Within the scope of the study, liver disorders of the participants were followed for 11 years.
As a result of the analysis, it was determined that people who consume coffee have a 20 percent less risk of developing chronic liver disease and diseases related to liver fattening compared to those who do not consume coffee.
It has also been suggested that people who consume coffee have a 49 percent lower risk of death from liver disease than those who do not. Details of the research were published in the journal “BMC Public Health”.