Coffee consumption is associated with a modest reduction of total cancer incidence.
What about the caffeine though? Find out in What About the Caffeine? I still don’t recommend people drink coffee—not because it’s not healthy, but because there are even healthier choices. Coffee is like a banana—a common, convenient, plant-based food. If you have a choice, I’d encourage people to make healthier fruit choices (apples are better; berries are best), and choose a healthier beverage, like green tea. See my many videos on tea.
And note that the meta-analysis this video is based upon is open access, so you can download it by clicking on the link in the Sources Cited section, above.
*Update: I have a bunch of new coffee videos. Check them out on the coffee topic page.
For more context, check out my associated blog posts: Coffee Caveats; Poultry and Penis Cancer; Gerson Therapy for Cancer?; Avoid Cooked Meat Carcinogens; Treating Parkinson’s Disease with Diet; and Breast Cancer & Alcohol: How Much Is Safe?
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