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Coffee lovers have more good news to fuel their morning habit. The Rotterdam study reviewed over 2,400 participants to see how their health either improved or declined as a result of drinking tea and coffee.
The study looked at the result of drinking 1 to 3 cups of coffee per day and drinking more than 3 cups daily on liver stiffness. Results showed frequent coffee consumption led to lower odds of liver stiffness. However, the researchers note that there is no direct cause-and-effect identified in the results.
Tea drinkers don't have to worry. The Rotterdam study also found that frequent tea consumption was correlated with less liver stiffness. Stay tuned for more from Interim Healthcare.
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