A new study has found that people who drink two to three cups of coffee a day are protected from kidney disease.
Numerous studies in the past have shown that people who drink coffee have a significantly lower risk of developing other diseases, including cancer and heart disease.
However, now a study by experts has shown that drinking coffee is good for the kidneys.
According to a study published in Kidney International Reports, experts looked at data from more than 14,000 people between the ages of 45 and 64, who found that people who drank a lot of coffee were more likely to develop severe kidney disease. The chances of
During the study, the researchers looked at how people who had kidney disease had a reduced or increased risk of disease.
According to the data, 27% of those whose dietary history was reviewed said they never drank coffee, while 14% said they drank less than half a cup of coffee a day.
Similarly, 19% said they drank one cup a day, 23% said they drank two to three a day, while 17% said they drank more than three cups of coffee a day.
The experts also looked at the diet, health and kidney disease ratio of all people, and found that people who drank large amounts of coffee had a significantly lower risk of developing severe kidney disease.
According to the results, those who drank two to three cups of coffee a day found evidence of a reduction in kidney disease, especially kidney disease.