Drinking coffee is a power medicine against Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). NAFLD is a frequent disorder due to overweight and diabetes, that may lead to severe complications like liver cirrhosis and cancer. The consequences of Fatty liver diseases represent the first cause of liver transplantation. The best prevention and treatments of NAFLD are diet and exercise. But analysis of several international studies including over 2 million patients shows that drinking two or more cups of coffee per day reduces the risks of developing liver fibrosis, cirrhosis and cancer. The risk of cirrhosis is reduced by 47%.
Reference: Dr Manal F Abdelmalek communication at Gastroenterology Updates, IBD, Liver Disease Conference, Feb. 2021