Friday, November 7, 2008

Drinking coffee for liver health

Drinking coffee regularly can reduce the risk of heart disease. Research shows in the U.S., the risk of the formation of the disease alcoholic cirrhosis due to decreased 22 percent for every cup of coffee drunk each day.
However, experts report that temuannya in Archieves of Internal Medicine warns that reducing the consumption of alcohol is the most effective way to prevent heart damage. Research was conducted on 125,580 men and women for 20 years. The researchers from the California medical record using patients who voluntarily checked throughout 1978 until 1985.Untuk see the damage in the liver, they measure certain enzymes in the blood. Appropriate input, the rate of enzyme is much higher in heavy dope. Nevertheless, those who consume alcohol and coffee have a lower rate than the enzyme that only alcohol.
In 2001, 330 people diagnosed with liver disease cirrhosis, and 199 of them due to consume alcohol regularly. Drinking less than a glass of coffee a day reduce the risk of attack cirrhosis to 30 percent, one to three cups of up to 40 percent lower, and more than four cups of up to 80 percent. The risk of cirrhosis, which is not associated with alcohol also declined, although not too significant. However, tea does not have the same effect. This shows that the influence may not caffeine. The researchers have not yet sure whether the influence of caffeine tea drinking habits are not there. With learn racikan coffee, the researchers may be able to develop sedative and a better understanding of the formation mechanism of disease hati.Interaksi causal coffee and ethanol proved to the heart, but we must still think that coffee may be only one of which reduce the potential risk of cirrhosis, Dr. penelitianya said. Arthur Klatsky of the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in California.
Although not explain the reasons why the decline of this can happen, the results of this research is to emphasize the importance of further research to mengungkapnya. According to Professor Chris Day from the Medical Center for Liver Research at the University of Newcastle, obesity is also one of the causes of increasing the risk of heart disease. In fact, obesity is one of the effect of changes in the body of the dope alcohol

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