Coffee and tea lovers have less risk to have brain cancer

Coffee and tea lovers have less risk to have brain cancer
 

Coffee and tea lovers are less likely to develop brain tumors. The research made in Europe proved that coffee and tea consumption reduces risk of developing cerebral glioma, which compose 80 per cent of all brain tumor cases.

However, the scientists say that the results are very preliminary and it shouldn’t change the quantities of drinking tea or coffee. Even if coffee and tea have a direct relationship with risk of glioma, the overall impact on society is not strong. Brain tumors are not that common and their incidence in Europe is 4-6 cases per 100 thousand women and 6-8 cases per 100 thousand men. In general, the psoobility that a person throughout his life will develop a malignant brain tumor is less than 1 percent.

However, according to the researchers, if a greater consumption of coffee and tea in some way protects the brain from gliomas, this may help to understand the causes of malignant tumors. Biologically, it is possible to explain why coffee and tea may affect the risk of glioma. For example, a recent laboratory study showed that caffeine slowed the form of glioblastoma glioma development. In addition, coffee and tea rich are in antioxidants that help protect body cells from damage, which occurs in cancer and other diseases.

Coffee and tea are two of the most popular beverages around the world. Drinking coffee and tea has also been associated with being protective against other types of cancers and brain disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and liver cancer.

 

 

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