WHO & Harvard: Coffee drinking reduce risk of cancer

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) regular drinking coffee lowers the risk of developing some types of cancer and chronic disease.

In 1991, the coffee was considered to be a carcinogenic substance. After 25 years the World Health Organization (WHO) withdrew from their ability. The change was the result of many years of research carried out by the staff of 23 scientists from different countries. According to them, people who drink coffee are less at risk for type II diabetes, neurological disorders, cancer and heart disease, which causes often searched in consumption of excessive amounts of caffeine.

In Poland, the coffee regularly drinks ok. 90% of adults, or 25 million people. The average Polish drinks 3 kg coffee per year, which places our country at the 11th place in the world ranking of consuming coffee.

What we always knew: coffee is not harmful, but on the contrary life extending and totally healthy. And these are the reasons why engineers at work should drink coffee.

Strong leaders are Germany, the Brazilians and the Americans who occupy the first place in the world. Research on the healthy effects of coffee on the body made a huge impression on American health care. As a result, doctors recommend drinking from 3 to 5 cups of coffee a day and research institutions in the United States claim that drinking coffee reduces the risk of death in people with chronic liver disease.