Decaf or Regular? Both Seem To Promote Liver Health According To New Research

Oct. 14, 2014

National Cancer Institute researchers looking at how consumption of decaffeinated coffee may benefit liver health report that regardless of the caffeine content, drinking coffee does seem to protect the liver, according to Science Daily. Combined with a different study from Hepatology, a journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, the research suggests that a chemical compound in coffee other than caffeine, lowers the levels of abnormal liver enzymes, thus improving liver health. Full article


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Study: Scientists Use Coffee Grounds To Make Biodiesel

June 19, 2014
Scientists at the University of Bath have developed a way to turn used coffee grounds into part of a process to create biodiesel, according to the university. Researchers soaked...
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Study: Coffee Consumption May Cut Diabetes Risk

Feb. 7, 2014
A study published in the February edition of Diabetes Care found that both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee was associated with a reduced diabetes risk, according to the American...