Drinking coffee is a part of a lot of people’s routines. I’m about a four-per-day kind of person. At least now, I don’t have to feel bad about it.
A new report says that drinking up to three or four cups of caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee a day reduces your risk of developing and dying from chronic liver diseases.
CNN reports coffee drinkers were 21% less likely to develop chronic liver disease, 20% less likely to develop chronic or fatty liver disease, and 49% less likely to die from chronic liver disease than non-coffee drinkers, according to the study published Monday in the journal BMC Public Health.