Coffee And Alcohol Have The Opposite Effect On Your Liver, And I Am Basically A Picture Of Perfect Health
FoodBeast- There’s now even more good news about drinking coffee, especially if you enjoy a good cocktail every now and then … or more, if we are being really honest.
We all know that our liver takes a beating when we drink alcohol. Now, a new study shows that compounds in coffee help to reduce damage and inflammation in the liver.
I should have started drinking coffee a lonnng time ago. I guess this means I don't have to drink anything else besides beer and coffee for the foreseeable future. I'm trying to live a healthy lifestyle after all. Maybe mix in an irish coffee and really keep that liver at equilibrium. Take that vegans. Enjoy your gluten sensitivity you pheasants. I'll just sit here and throw back a mug of black and a tall boy. Nutrition on a hundred, thousand, trillion. I don't know about you guys, but my enzyme game has been hot the last years. I was probably carrying a liver the size of twin babies in college. That's why I had that preggo belly.
You think it's a coincidence I shed a bunch of pounds post college. Gym my ass. I got a little sip of that nectar and it evened me out. Slim liver, slim waist. That's the name of the game. However, this news really kind of explains why I am not dead yet. Guess that 'lifeblood' is a much more literal term than I ever imagined. Kind of fortunate I just accidentally balanced my enzymes because the real world is tiring. I'm not sure if I cheers to this article with a cup of joe or a pint of your finest.
I guess the real question is when do bars and coffee shops merge? With that and the legalization of marijuana we'll basically be Amsterdam. We can replace that halfbreed Dunkin' Donuts/Baskin Robbins with a Starbucks and a dive bar. No doubt it will do more business. Especially since booze and coffee is apparently vastly more healthy for you than donuts and ice cream.