Coffee, according to a recent British study, would reduce liver fibrosis thanks to high levels of kawhéol and cafestol. But what is it really?
Just because the liver is an organ that regenerates doesn’t mean it should be neglected! Especially since a deteriorated liver will not give any clinical sign. First rule, therefore, to avoid excess fat in the liver (characteristic of the famous NASH), you must have a healthy lifestyle.
In the hepatology department of the Toulouse University Hospital, doctors and nutritionists remind us of the importance of practicing regular physical activity, putting fruits and vegetables on your plate and avoiding eating too much fat and sugar.
A food still holds the attention of the medical world, it is coffee which, according to a recent British study, would reduce liver fibrosis thanks to high levels of kawhéol and cafestol. Provided of course not to abuse it (3 to 4 maximum per day).
Finally, last enemy alcohol. We must stay well below the 10 glasses per week tolerated by the WHO; and when drinking: do not drink more than two glasses in the same day and not every day.