You can win some and lose some is a popular phrase that the coffee bean has was confronted with in relation to the health of women. Two reports published this month each focused on the negative effects of coffee on women’s health. The first report found that coffee wasn’t very fond of, and in the other one, coffee enjoyed lots, or, could I call it an Latte. Wieluń news
The coffee cup was nearly empty when researchers released an study in Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology which discussed the connection between coffee and miscarriage risks. The report states, can increase the chances of miscarrying. This is even more bad women who already have a bad pregnancy regardless of your coffee drinking practices 20 percent of pregnancies result in miscarriage.
Unfortunately for those who love coffee, it can cause this to get even more difficult. Wieluń
Recent research has shown that women who drink coffee during pregnant have a double chance of not carrying their child to long. However, the study isn’t just a grind of coffee. Drinking tea, soda hot chocolate, coffee and sports drinks as well as any other beverage that contains caffeine could contribute to the increased risk. The findings doctors who are in a split, either instructing their patients during pregnancy not to drink coffee or simply telling them not to drink excessive amounts of it. Whatever the outcome that caffeine, if it is not removed from the diet altogether is best kept to an absolute minimal amount. Wieluń informations
For coffee, luckily there was no evidence that all the recent news stories were bad for the beans.
A separate report, released in the month of May by US researchers found that caffeine consumption may lower the chance of women developing Ovarian cancer. This is especially true according to the report, for women who have been through menopausal changes and those who haven’t had oral birth control. The conclusion was that the more caffeine you consume, the less risk. But it doesn’t mean that women should consume four hundred cups of coffee every day. Excessive consumption of caffeine can trigger many different health problems.
Ovarian cancer is the most frequent type of cancer for women who are older than 50. It is an extremely dangerous form of cancer due to the fact that unlike cervical cancer, there is no test that can detect cancerous cells in the preceeding years and stop it from developing. Ovarian cancer does not generally show any symptoms in its initial stages, which makes its diagnosis extremely difficult to pinpoint. If it is discovered in its last stages the outcome is perilous.
The research on the link between ovarian cancer and caffeine was conducted on 121,000 women who were between 30 and 35. Although regular coffee was beneficial, decaffeinated coffee did not.