Tag Archives: Coffee (Coffea spp.

Elevated Coffee Consumption Halves All-Cause Mortality Risk in Patients with HIV-HCV

Patients positive for both human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) have a greater risk of developing liver disease, and a more rapid progression of liver fibrosis, cirrhosis, and end-stage liver disease. Coffee (Coffea spp., Rubiaceae) berry contains polyphenols and caffeine, which may have hepatoprotective properties. Studies show that consumption of ≥ 3 cups/day of coffee is associated with

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Herbal Healthwatch, September 2018

Rhodiola Relieves Stress Rhodiola {Rhodiola rosea} is a perennial groundcover that grows in some of the harshest conditions on Earth; the Arctic regions, from Scandinavia to Siberia. For centuries in Russia, Rhodiola enjoyed a folk reputation as a while-body strengthener or tonic. After World War II, Russian researchers added it to the short list of “adaptogens,” plants such as ginseng

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Systematic Review/Meta-analysis Shows Coffee May Protect from Oral and Pharyngeal Cancers

Coffee (Coffea spp., Rubiaceae) is, after water, the most-consumed drink worldwide. Coffee compounds, besides caffeine, include phenolic derivatives and diterpenes. Studies suggest that these and other coffee compounds have anticancer effects. Inverse associations of higher levels of coffee have been found for liver, endometrial, and colorectal cancers. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified coffee as possibly carcinogenic in

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Umbrella Review on the Health Benefits of Coffee Consumption

Roasted ground coffee (Coffea spp., Rubiaceae) beans provide one of the most-consumed drinks worldwide. Studies have reported varying conclusions about its effects, depending on outcomes, design, coffee type, and other variables. Beans can be roasted to varying degrees and processed in different ways; these processing steps can highly alter the chemical composition. Roasted coffee can contain over 1000 different bioactive compounds,

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