Four cups a day of this drink reduce the incidence of cancer in half!

According to research published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, beverages such as coffee, may provide nutritional protection against cancer due to their antioxidant activity.

Janet Hildebrand, an epidemiologist with the American Cancer Society, explained that the study looked at the coffee drinking habits of nearly a million men and women.

The study indicated, according to "Russia Today", that "those who reported drinking at least four cups of caffeinated coffee per day had half the risk of death from oral and throat cancer, compared to people who did not drink or drink caffeinated coffee per day." Only occasionally.”

The reduction in risk by almost half was consistent for those who drank four, five or six cups of coffee per day.

The researchers looked at coffee consumption for men and women who were cancer-free at the start of the study.

The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) explained that "the phytochemicals of coffee are likely responsible for reducing the risk of some forms of cancer."

However, the Health Authority added that the effects of coffee are reaped when we drink drinks without adding cream and sugar.

"Added fat and calories can contribute to weight gain," says AICR.

This increases the risk of many types of cancer.”

Coffee is prepared from beans that contain antioxidants that are well known for their protective effects against cancer and other diseases.

But despite its powerful antioxidant activity, drinking coffee in large quantities can have harmful side effects on blood pressure.

According to the NHS: These adverse effects may occur after drinking four cups of caffeinated beverages.

Furthermore, roasted coffee beans contain small traces of the chemical acrylamide, which can be harmful when consumed in large quantities.

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