Research: Brew a better prostate

13 Jan 2021 - Research

Drinking more coffee could lower men’s risk of developing prostate cancer. Research has found every extra daily cup is associated with a 1 per cent lower risk of the disease. The study compared the risk of prostate cancer associated with coffee consumption. The highest consumption ranged from two to nine or more cups a day, while the lowest was from none to fewer than two. The study, published in the journal BMJ Open, said if the risk reduction benefits were proved, “men might be encouraged to increase their coffee consumption”.

West Australian; 13/01/2021; Page 16