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  • Coffee loves your liver.

    Just another reason to continue with our beverage of choice.

    Coffee loves your liver, study finds

  • #2
    Originally posted by Yelta View Post
    Just another reason to continue with our beverage of choice.

    Coffee loves your liver, study finds
    You beauty. 2 or 3 coffees during the day and a glass of red with dinner. Perfect. :thumbup:

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    • #3
      Ahan! Such good news! Because off late I have been pestered now and then to quit this lovely habit of mine citing the 'fact' that it is bad for stomach and skin and etc etc! Now I can share this

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      • #4
        Originally posted by saroadie View Post
        You beauty. 2 or 3 coffees during the day and a glass of red with dinner. Perfect. :thumbup:
        I hear you @saroadie not that I ever doubted this information. It's just that when I read that coffee loves the liver, it made me uncork that old cabernet sauvignon I had been aging. Cheers Yelta

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        • #5
          Originally posted by evelynr View Post
          Ahan! Such good news! Because off late I have been pestered now and then to quit this lovely habit of mine citing the 'fact' that it is bad for stomach and skin and etc etc! Now I can share this
          Too many crazy people bad mouthing coffee.. but for every source against you can find many in favour, particularly the research that comes out of the US. The skin concern is what always amuses me. There is a pretty huge number of people who scrub coffee grinds all over themselves because they swear it does wonders. I wouldn't know, my coffee journey has not led me to that level yet haha.

          The stomach concerns are also misguiding. I think if they are referring to the effects of milk on some peoples bodies, then there is validity to the argument. Espresso itself though or a filtered brew is not going to kill off your stomach though. As the article says at the end, there are genetic makeups that can make coffee affect your body differently to another. I used to fall asleep after a coffee (no joke). That does not happen anymore. Welcome to CS 'evelynr'

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          • #6
            apparently my message it to short to just say haha

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            • #7
              This is great. My liver took a hammering when I was at uni. Here I am, repairing the damage 20 years later.

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