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Author Topic: #NationalCoffeeDay  (Read 4305 times)

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Offline iana5252

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#NationalCoffeeDay
« on: September 29, 2015, 10:05:59 am »
Saw this trending on Twitter and it reminded me of this piece we did last year...

Coffee, Even Decaf, May Promote Liver Health
http://www.hepmag.com/articles/coffee_liver_health_2501_26301.shtml

Drinking coffee, whether decaffeinated or regular, is linked to healthier levels on tests indicating liver function, the Huffington Post reports. Publishing their findings in the journal Hepatology, researchers drew data on nearly 28,000 adults who provided information on coffee consumption in a 24-hour period to the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey between 1999 and 2010.

So drink a cup in honor of #NationalCoffeeDay!

 


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