Drinking Coffee Helps Comes up With Several Benefits


A new study has revealed that drinking coffee helps ward off liver cancer. Researchers have identified that those who drink more coffee are susceptible to develop hepatocellular cancer. This is the primary cause of liver cancer. Experts from leading universities have conducted studies on millions of participants and have concluded that this coffee-healing capability exists in decaffeinated coffee only. When these statistics are compared, those who drank a single cup had a 20 percent lower chance of developing HCC. This study as published in BMJ Open journal. The study also reveals that those who drank two cups witness a 35 percent reduced risk. The individuals who drank up to five cups a day were at 50 percent less risk.

The studies clearly show that coffee can be used as a lifestyle intervention way of preventing chronic liver diseases. Those who do not find coffee appealing can opt for its decaffeinated version. The same applies to those who will exhibit caffeine-related symptoms. Coffee reveals a wide range of health-related benefits whose findings suggest it can drastically reduce one’s risk of contracting liver cancer.


How to go about it

The study does not suggest that people begin drinking up to five cups of coffee every day. Let us not forget that a high caffeine intake from the coffee can pose its own health benefits. This can significantly impact those suffering from liver cancer. The findings arrived at are good ways of increasing the evidence that coffee affects HCC. Some leading medical researchers from distinguished universities have also revealed that coffee reduces liver cirrhosis in addition to liver cancer.

Other benefits of coffee

The antioxidants present within coffee is responsible for its healing potential. Caffeine is the attribute that can turn harmful when consumed in excessive doses. In highly credited journals such as the Annals of Internal Medicine, it is revealed that three coffee cups can lengthen your lifespan and lowers the risk of heart disease. The study covered half a million people from 10countries in Europe. Critics argue that the all your circumstances, whether social, economic or lifestyle can contribute adequately to such findings. Participants with pre-existing conditions such as stroke, diabetes or heart disease were also factored in the test.


Impact of coffee on energy and performance

Coffee can help those who feel tired increase their levels of energy due to the high content of caffeine. The more coffee is consumed, the less it gets absorbed into your bloodstream. This travels straight to your brain where the neurons are fired up improving your mood, memory, energy and cognitive function.

The benefits of caffeine help in developing athletic performance which increases the oxygen consumed as you exercise. In addition to stimulating your nervous system, it assists in the breakdown of body fat. Coffee too increases a person’s athletic performance by 10 percent.

Boost metabolic rate

The increase in the body metabolic process results in the burning of body fat. This applies during activity and when at rest. Researchers speculate that caffeine shows a lot of promise when treating obesity. The broad consensus among medical researchers is that coffee consumed in moderation is medicinally efficient.


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The trust board agreed to hold the annual members’ meeting on 6th June 2006 at 5.30pm. It was further agreed that a speaker would be invited, preferably someone closely related to the Club.

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LUST Protest Against Chelsea Luring Youth Players
*UPDATE* – 27th April 2006

Leeds United Supporters’ Trust had written to the Football Association to protest about press revelations that Chelsea Football Club has allegedly offered cash inducements to lure under-16 Academy players away from Leeds United.

In his letter to the Director of Corporate Affairs at the FA, John Cave, Vice Chair of Leeds United Supporters’ Trust, calls for rigorous procedures to be put in place to prevent a few leading clubs stockpiling young talent at the expense of other less wealthy clubs.

“Clubs like Leeds United spend a great deal of money on Academies, nurturing young players,” says John Cave. “If, after some three or four years, the best players are then lured away by big clubs like Chelsea, without suitable compensation, why bother?”

On 16th February we received a reply from the Football Association regarding this issue.

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