Tuesday, 29 November 2011

COFFEE Healthy Reduces Cancer Rick

Its great when medical studies support that which is natural like coffee, and that it comes from the African continent and the Mayan lands. This is great news for Brazil, its largest producer. This article is shared thanks to the Jerusalem Post. This is a long term study carried out over a period of 26 years, and as we 26 is the gematria value of the name of God. 

As a life long coffee drinker, it cheers my heart that yet another study opposes the belief of many spiritual people; who refuse to provide coffee for their friends and clients, due to their own preferences based upon belief. 

Coffee has much more antioxidants than most vegetables and fruit. A great added bonus. 
How drinking more than four cups of coffee per day can cut the risk of endometrial cancer by 25 percent.

Newswise — PHILADELPHIA — Long-term coffee consumption may be associated with a reduced risk for endometrial cancer, according to a recent study in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.

Edward Giovannucci, M.D., Sc.D., professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, said coffee is emerging as a protective agent in cancers that are linked to obesity, estrogen and insulin.

“Coffee has already been shown to be protective against diabetes due to its effect on insulin,” said Giovannucci, a senior researcher on the study. “So we hypothesized that we’d see a reduction in some cancers as well.”

Giovannucci, along with Youjin Je, a doctoral candidate in his lab, and colleagues observed cumulative coffee intake in relation to endometrial cancer in 67,470 women who enrolled in the Nurses’ Health Study.

During the course of 26 years of follow-up, researchers documented 672 cases of endometrial cancer.

Drinking more than four cups of coffee per day was linked with a 25 percent reduced risk for endometrial cancer. Drinking between two and three cups per day was linked with a 7 percent reduced risk.

A similar link was seen in decaffeinated coffee, where drinking more than two cups per day was linked with a 22 percent reduced risk for endometrial cancer.

Giovannucci said he hopes this study will lead to further inquiries about the effect of coffee on cancer because in this and similar studies, coffee intake is self-selected and not randomized.

“Coffee has long been linked with smoking, and if you drink coffee and smoke, the positive effects of coffee are going to be more than outweighed by the negative effects of smoking,” said Giovannucci. “However, laboratory testing has found that coffee has much more antioxidants than most vegetables and fruits.”

The Journey of the Coffee Bean 

Onwards and upwards 

The LORD said 'ROCKY'. 

So was it the Italians that took the coffee plant from Africa and planted it in South America? 



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