Coffee reduces the risk of oral cancer
Health / / December 12, 2017
team of experts from the American Cancer Society in Atlanta of Georgia conducted a new study that 4 cups of coffee drunk during the day, can almost halve the risk of fatal cancer of the mouth, regardless of whether the person is a tobacco or alcohol dependence.Experts believe that the ability to prevent the disease give drink numerous natural antioxidants that it contains.
In the report, scientists say: decaffeinated coffee also contributes to the prevention of cancers of the mouth, but to a lesser degree.According to preliminary data known that the most likely source of preventive properties of the drink, oddly enough, is not caffeine, and other natural ingredients that are added to it during the manufacturing process.
worth noting that the ability to prevent oral cancer is not the only useful feature coffee.Earlier studies suggest that it can withstand the strokes, Alzheimer's disease and bowel cancer.Before you make sure that the product can provide protection against the development of canceroustumors in the oral cavity, the specialists from Atlanta examined data on nearly one million men and women were registered in the Cancer Prevention Center in the United States since 1982.
When they analyzed information on dietary habits of patients, they found that people who daily drank more than 4 cups of coffee, compared to the rest of the people suffering from cancer of the mouth for 49% less.Although smaller, but still significant protection against the disease got those who drank one or two cups of coffee during the day or drink decaffeinated coffee.Absolutely no benefits for your health of your preferred beverage is not extracted tea lovers.
important to say that despite the advantageous properties possessed by the coffee, to use it in extremely large doses in excess of 1 liter per day, rather dangerous, in view of the fact that it is capable of increasing heart rate and blood pressure, which in itsturn, can lead to very undesirable consequences.