Can coffee help against cancer? Here’s what the new study says


High coffee consumption is linked to a lower risk of endometrial cancer, revealed in a new study. Along with this, caffeinated coffee may offer better protection compared to decaffeinated coffee. The research was published in the “Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research”.Read also – Diabetic? Include Rajma In Your Diet Today | here’s why

The analysis included 24 studies of coffee consumption with 9,833 new cases of endometrial cancer occurring in 699,234 people. Also read – When, where and what next COVID-like virus could emerge in the world? AI may have an answer

People in the highest coffee drinking category had a 29% lower relative risk of developing endometrial cancer than those in the lowest category. Read also – Annual astrological prediction for the New Year 2022 according to your zodiac sign

The review authors highlighted several mechanisms that have been linked to the potential anti-cancer effects of coffee.

“Further studies with a large sample size are needed…to obtain more information about the benefits of coffee consumption in relation to the risk of endometrial cancer,” they wrote.

(With ANI inputs)


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