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    6 reasons why you can not ignore the drink a cup of coffee a day

    In a study by scientists at the University of Southampton shows that coffee is effective to reduce the risk of cirrhosis, hepatitis caused by alcohol abuse. According to the World Health Organization, up to 50% of cases of cirrhosis causes stem from alcohol abuse patients. But when the scientists conducting the study discovered, drink one cup of coffee a day can reduce the risk of developing the disease by 22%.

    The study is just one of the many beneficial effects of coffee on human health. Here we would like to share your good reasons to drink coffee every day:

    Cà phê có tác dụng giảm nguy cơ xơ gan, viêm gan gây ra do lạm dụng rượu.

    Coffee has the effect of reducing the risk of cirrhosis, hepatitis caused by alcohol abuse.

    1. Reduce the risk of death from cardiovascular disease

    According to a study published in the journal Circulation of the American Heart Association in November 2015 said that. People who drank 3-5 cups of coffee per day cut the risk of premature death when contracting certain diseases including heart disease, neurological diseases (Parkinson), type 2 diabetes and suicide.

    Another study, by scientists from the School of Public Health at Harvard University discovered the relationship between coffee and human life. They conduct research and test data on 208,000 people, both men and women including the guide healthy diet. 2015, Frank Hu professor of nutrition and epidemiology, the study's authors have concluded in a press release: "If the association between coffee drinking with a reasonable diet may extend increase human lifespan. "

    2. Reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence after treatment

    February 2015, the Swedish scientists in a study published in Clinical Oncology showed that breast cancer patients drink at least 2 cups of coffee per day have a smaller tumor size and decreased to 50% risk of relapse compared to patients not just sipping or drinking coffee. This study was conducted on 1090 patients with breast cancer.

    3. Reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes

    A review on the 3 April 2014 study conducted on 123,000 during the 20 years, the researchers found that people who drank 1.5 cups of coffee per day within 4 years may reduce the risk of developing diabetes to 11%. In fact, those who drank three cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes compared with non-drinkers was 37%.

    Cà phê đặc biệt tốt cho phụ nữ vì có thể giảm nguy cơ ung thư vú.

    Coffee is particularly good for women because it can reduce the risk of breast cancer.

    4. The ability to better survival for patients with colon cancer

    According to a study published in August 2015 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology said that daily coffee consumption can prevent a recurrence of colon cancer. After analyzing the results of the study of nearly 1,000 people are treated with surgery and chemotherapy for colon cancer stage III, the researchers found that: The daily coffee drinking to reduce 42% risk of recurrence, decreased by 34% the risk of death due to cancer or other causes than people who did not use coffee.

    Study author, Cancer Hospital director Dana - Faber, Dr. Charles S.Fuchs said: "If you are a coffee drinker, and is in the process of colon cancer treatment, do not rule them. But if you never drink coffee and want to start, you should discuss with your doctor before to get the best results. "

    5. Good for the liver

    In a study in October 2014 was carried out on 28,000 adult liver disease Hepatology Journal announced that: "Those who consume more than 3 cups of coffee a day had lower liver enzyme levels normal people" . These remarks suggest that the ingredients in coffee can promote liver health.

    6. Reduce the risk of death

    In 2012, in a study by the US National Cancer Institute (NCI) on nearly 400,000 older adults (50-71 years) show that people who regularly drink coffee or caffeinated foods are less likely to die despite a series of serious diseases such as cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, injury, accident, stroke, diabetes, infections ...

    (Giang Nguyen / Intellectual Child translated from Womansday)

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