New study says tea and coffee may protect your liver

A new study (which could be good news for tea and coffee drinkers) shows that drinking four cups of coffee per day could reduce the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

The study, found that increased caffeine intake could reduce the disease that affects an estimated 30% of American adults.

As always, check with your physician before making any specific changes to your lifestyle.

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The team at works hard to deliver relevant and accessible information on hepatitis C, an infectious liver disease that affects around 150 million people worldwide. Updated daily, features topical news stories from around the world, tips and advice on living well with the hep C virus and guest blogs. Often referred to as a silent disease, as in most cases it does not result in any symptoms, hepatitis C is most commonly transmitted through contact with an infected person’s blood. The hepatitis C virus can cause serious damage to the liver and, if left untreated, can result in scarring of the liver, liver disease or even death.

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