A 21 per cent lower risk of developing chronic liver disease was determined for participants in a medical study at the University of Southampton in the UK on people drinking coffee or even decaffeinated many times daily. “Nobody knows exactly which compounds are responsible for the potential protective effect against chronic liver disease. However, our findings that all types of coffee are protective indicates that a combination of compounds may be at work”¸ the researchers said. Even more, „coffee seems to be beneficial for most health outcomes. This is not just for chronic liver disease but also for other diseases, such as chronic kidney disease and some cancers.” In the study at the University of Southampton in the UK were analysed data from 384,818 coffee drinkers and 109,767 people who didn’t drink any coffee over a median period of 10.7 years. The individuals who drank coffee consumed an average of two cups of decaffeinated, instant or ground coffee each day.
The study concluded about a recommended life style. Things are easy to do for everybody. Not right now in the North Korea, were people have to pay one hundred dollars for a coffee box. What tspecial things do we know about coffee ? The region in which a coffee was grown is probably the most defining factor in its flavour. The origin could be as broad as a continent, or as specific as a town, region or single farm. Altitude plays an important role in how coffee develops on the tree. At higher altitudes (more than 1200 MASL), fruit matures slowly, providing time for complex sugars to develop.Different countries use various post-harvest techniques that have enormous influence on the brewed coffee experience. Cupping scores are used to determine a coffee’s quality, and therefore its value (price). Scores are calculated using standardised criteria set by the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA).