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Study Suggests Drinking Coffee can Cut Risk of Developing Chronic Liver Disease

All kinds of coffee can help, but ground coffee seems best

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Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day might help to cut your risk of developing chronic liver disease, according to a new study by a team of scientists.

All types of coffee can help, the study found, including caffeinated, decaffeinated, filtered, or instant coffee. Ground coffee, including espresso, appeared to be marginally more effective.

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