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    Posted: November 05 2023 at 1:36am

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Coffee turns out to be good for the kidneys

WAGENINGEN - Coffee has a healthy effect on the kidneys. This is the conclusion of research by Anniek van Westing at the University of Wageningen. Food scientist Ellen Kampman tells us more about this remarkable news.
First of all, we are talking about a cup of black coffee. Unfortunately milk drinkers and sugar lovers! Previous studies have also shown such a link, but these remain controversial, according to researchers.
Still, the new study, which was conducted among nearly 80,000 Dutch subjects, seems to confirm that coffee keeps the kidneys healthy. Diabetes patients in particular seem to benefit from the bakkies pleur, Kampman knows.

Four cups of coffee better than two

"It seems that four cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of kidney damage," the nutrition scientist continues. According to the study, two cups provide more health benefits than one, and three cups promote kidney health even further. At four heads, the peak is reached, and when you exceed this limit, the extra benefits stop.
"And we don't really know why that is," says Kampman. She does have a hypothesis. To do this, the function of the kidneys must be carefully examined. According to Kampman, it is best to imagine a sieve when you think of this organ.
"This sieve filters out all the things that shouldn't be in your urine. And the moment you drink more, the strainer works better," she explains. According to Kampman, those four cups of coffee can actually fall under the framework of 'drinking more'. "Coffee contains thousands of different substances, and the exact cause of this needs to be further investigated."
Decaffeinated coffee gives the same effect, so at least it's not because of that substance
Ellen Kampman, voedingswetenschapper
Before we start drinking black coffee en masse, it is also too early to issue an official recommendation, according to Professor of Nutrition and Cardiovascular Disease Marianne Geleijnse. First of all, because the study looked purely at the link between coffee drinkers and the health of their kidneys.
The researcher herself also wants a follow-up study. Preferably a study that focuses specifically on diabetes patients in Western countries.

Dehydration from coffee is a myth

"It's a myth that coffee dehydrates you, you don't have to drink a glass of water with it all the time, like the Italians," Kampman clarifies. She says that drinking little in itself is very unhealthy for the kidneys. "Everyone gets problems with the kidneys in the long run. And you don't always notice it."
The symptoms can be anything: fatigue, itching, feeling cold. It is very important that you take your body seriously so that you can still take action, the nutrition scientist emphasizes.

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Drinking coffee reduces the risk of death from colon cancer

WAGENINGEN - An oncologist who recommends drinking more coffee. That may be the future, because Wageningen researchers have found a strong link between drinking more coffee and reducing the risk of dying from colorectal cancer.
People who drank more than four cups of coffee a day were 32 percent less likely to have colon cancer recurrence after treatment than participants who drank less than two cups a day. In addition, they were less likely to die from colorectal cancer.
This is the conclusion of research by Wageningen University & Research (WUR), made possible in part by the World Cancer Research Fund.
"In any case, we don't think it's because of the caffeine, because we also see it in decaffeinated coffee," says Ellen Kampman, professor of Nutrition and Disease at WUR. She leads the research team. "We are now going to look at what exactly it is that could have a more beneficial effect on that survival. In addition, we suspect that it has to do with the fat around the liver and that one of the substances in coffee has a beneficial effect on the fat."

Coffee also has a preventive effect against cancer

Coffee also seems to have a preventive effect on some types of cancer. "This includes liver cancer, cervical cancer, but also colon cancer," says Kampman. "And colorectal cancer is one of the most important forms of cancer in the Netherlands." Every year, approximately 12,000 people in the Netherlands are diagnosed with bowel cancer.
The professor does have some comments about drinking coffee in the fight against cancer: "Too much is not good. Optimal is three to five cups a day, but you shouldn't go over five. And you shouldn't add sugar or full-fat milk to it."

'Filter coffee is the healthiest'

In addition, filter coffee appears to be the most suitable. "That is by far the healthiest form of coffee. This is because there are no fats in it, which are filtered out. Those fats can actually increase the risk of cardiovascular disease."
The number of people who live longer after being diagnosed with colon cancer is increasing. In about 20 to 30 percent of these people, the disease recurs. It is therefore important to reduce the risk of colon cancer recurrence. All in all, the new research offers many starting points, says Kampman: "This makes us want to delve deeper into it."

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Coffee as a dietary strategy to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection

Background

To date, most countries lifted the restriction requirement and coexisted with SARS-CoV-2. Thus, dietary behavior for preventing SARS-CoV-2 infection becomes an interesting issue on a daily basis. Coffee consumption is connected with reduced COVID-19 risk and correlated to COVID-19 severity. However, the mechanisms of coffee for the reduction of COVID-19 risk are still unclear.

Results

Here, we identified that coffee can inhibit multiple variants of the SARS-CoV-2 infection by restraining the binding of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein to human angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), and reducing transmembrane serine protease 2 (TMPRSS2) and cathepsin L (CTSL) activity. Then, we used the method of "Here" (HRMS-exploring-recombination-examining) and found that isochlorogenic acid A, B, and C of coffee ingredients showed their potential to inhibit SARS-CoV-2 infection (inhibitory efficiency 43–54%). In addition, decaffeinated coffee still preserves inhibitory activity against SARS-CoV-2. Finally, in a human trial of 64 subjects, we identified that coffee consumption (approximately 1–2 cups/day) is sufficient to inhibit infection of multiple variants of SARS-CoV-2 entry, suggesting coffee could be a dietary strategy to prevent SARS-CoV2 infection.

Conclusions

This study verified moderate coffee consumption, including decaffeination, can provide a new guideline for the prevention of SARS-CoV-2. Based on the results, we also suggest a coffee-drinking plan for people to prevent infection in the post-COVID-19 era.

DJ...coffee as a superdrug ???

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