Coffee and Liver Disease

Coffee and Liver Disease

Coffee stands as the world's most favored drink. It's widely recognized for its overall health benefits, particularly in enhancing liver function. Coffee consumption influences the onset and progression of liver ailments stemming from various factors. Also research shows the potential mechanisms through which coffee provides its protective benefits.

Furthermore, the following research presents clinical evidence supporting the advantages of coffee consumption for individuals with Hepatitis B and C, along with those suffering from nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and alcoholic liver disease.

Regular coffee drinking is linked to better liver enzyme levels (ALT, AST, and GGTP), especially among those at risk of liver conditions. Consuming over two cups of coffee daily by those already living with liver disease is correlated with a reduced risk of developing fibrosis and cirrhosis, a decrease in the rates of hepatocellular carcinoma, and lowered mortality rates.

"Recently, a lot of interest has been generated in the overall beneficial effects of coffee consumption in reducing total and cause-specific mortality. Coffee is a very rich source of antioxidants and the protective effects of coffee have been proposed in a variety of conditions ranging from heart disease to stroke to type 2 diabetes, as well as Parkinson disease. There is increasing evidence in favor of protective effects of coffee consumption in development and progression of liver disease. This article will analyze the effects of coffee on liver disease in detail and also briefly mention other effects on health."

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