Liver Health

Research has shown that coffee can be a good for the liver and that drinking moderate amounts of coffee (3-4 cups/day) can actually help prevent cirrhosis, liver cancer and fatty liver disease as well as lead to better response to treatment for people with liver disease.

Numerous studies from 1996-2014 all conclude that the more coffee you drink a day, the lower your risk of liver cancer.

For an overview of study findings specific to coffee and liver, visit the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC).

And for more about the potential health benefits of coffee visit the Canadian Liver Foundation.

The CAC is committed to providing accurate, scientifically validated information from reputable sources. This website is intended to relay the findings of independent research studies, and is not intended to make health claims or provide medical advice. If you have specific questions pertaining to your health, consult a medical professional.