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  • Your morning cup of coffee could be healthy for your liver
  • Caffeine, polyphenols present in coffee helps reduce severity of NAFLD
  • Find out more about the study

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Study suggests coffee could be healthy for your liver

In the study, participants who consumed more coffee had healthier livers, but those who consumed more caffeine were less likely to develop liver fibrosis.

Even though too much caffeine intake might be harmful for health, according to a new study caffeine, polyphenols and other natural products present in coffee helps reduce the severity of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) among overweight people dealing with type 2 diabetes (T2D).

In the study, participants who consumed more coffee had healthier livers, but those who consumed more caffeine were less likely to develop liver fibrosis, whereas patients who consumed more non-caffeine coffee components had a lower fatty liver index score.

Study authors stated that the research is the first to observe that higher cumulative amounts of both caffeine and non-caffeine metabolites in urine are associated with a reduced severity of NAFLD in overweight people with type 2 diabetes.

Also watch: Fatty liver might cause dysfunction of brain: Study

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