Coffee and Your Health

Dr.Arthur Klatsky

Arthur L. Klatsky, BA (Yale University), MD (Harvard University) is a Senior

Consultant in Cardiology and Adjunct Investigator at the Devision of Research

At the Kaiser Permanente Medical Centre, Oakland, California. 

Since 1977 he has been Principal Investigator of a series of studies of the relations  

between drinking alcoholic beverages and health. He has written and lectured           

extensively on relationships of alcohol consumption to cardiovascular conditions.

Drinking Coffee protects alcohol drinkers from developing liver disease

One cup of coffee per day lowered the incidence of cirrhosis of the liver for alcohol drinkers by 22%.And the protective effect increases with the more coffee you drink: People who drink two or three cups a day are 40% less likely to contract cirrhosis.
This study looked at information on 125,000 people with healthy livers from 1978 to 1985. Information had been collected about their alcohol, coffee and tea drinking habits .

Published in the US Journal Archives of Internal Medicine ( Juni 2006 )

Professor of nutrition and epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health

Reduce the risk of Diabetes type 2

The antioxidants in coffee help control cell damage that can contribute to the development of the disease. The high concentration of chlorogenic acid in coffee reduces glucose concentrations. ( that analyzed data on 126,000 people over a period of 18 years ) published in Annals of Internal Medicine January 2004

Dr. Esther Lopez-Garzia. Ph.D
Harvard School of Public Health
Lead Researcher School of Medicine at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.

Women who drank 4 cups of coffee a day had a 20% reduced risk of stroke.

Women who drank 2 - 3 cups of caffeinated coffee per day had a 25 % lower risk of death from Heart disease. Coffee beans are chock-full of antioxidants, chemicals that can protect DNA from damage and promote cell survival. What's more, coffee may also reduce inflammation inside the blood vessels, thereby lowering the risk of heart disease
Harvard School of Public Health and Spanish researchers tracking 83,000 middle-aged women since 1980, and the other , University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California scientists analyzing data on 9,400 adults older than 40—that showed a lower risk of stroke and heart disease among coffee drinkers, with rates decreasing with the more cups consumed each


A Hawaiian study has shown that of 8,000 Japanese/American men, those who drank 3+ cups of coffee per day were 20 % less likely to develop Parkinson's disease. The study took place over a 30-year period.Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (May 2000)

Drinking 5 cups of coffee a day could reverse memory problems seen in Alzheimer’s disease.Caffeine intake not only appears to protect against Alzheimer’s but may actually help those who already have the disease ( published in the Journal of Neuroscience by Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute in Florida )


The latest research by Japan National Cancer Center found that women who drinks coffee 3 glasses a day regularly is showing the possibility to get carcinoma uteri or uterine cancer 60% smaller compared with the women who drink coffee only 2 cups a week.They explained that coffee decrease insulin level that automatically decreases also the risk factor and the development of uterine cancer


Now researchers believe that coffee – not green tea – reduces the risk of colon cancer. When researchers reviewed data on the beverage-drinking habits of more than 96,000 Japanese men and women over a 10-year period, they found that coffee significantly lowered the risk of colon cancer in females.

Data reported in the International Journal of Cancer (Volume 121, page 1312).

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