Drinking coffee is good for your liver, says new report 

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Drinking coffee is good for your liver, says new report 

Liver disease remains a leading cause of death, but coffee promotes liver health.

Drinking coffee is good for your liver, it has been suggested.

A British Liver Trust report says there is an epidemic of liver disease but regular, moderate coffee consumption may benefit what is the body’s largest internal organ.

And valuable effects have been found however the coffee is prepared – filtered, instant or espresso.

However certain patients with specific conditions may need to limit their caffeine consumption.

Pregnant women are advised to restrict their caffeine intake to 200-300mg a day – the equivalent amount found in two to three regular cups of coffee.

It is the first time all the current research and evidence has been reviewed and compiled into a single report which has been launched to coincide with Love Your Liver week.

Liver disease is the only major cause of death still increasing year-on-year.

Prof Graeme Alexander, hepatologist and president of the British Association for the Study of the Liver, said: “At last, liver physicians have found a lifestyle habit that is good for your liver.

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