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For women who were fans of a coffee some pretty good news there's a new study out suggests that.
Several cups a day of this could help reduce your risk of a certain kind of cancer.
Cancer claims the lives of more than 8000 women a year and doctor Davidson bodies and -- I think Fox News medical eighteen he joins us with more on this study.
Something about drinking three to four cups of coffee a day not less not more but three to four -- today.
Has reduced that the risk of endometrial cancer by 25% and that's really significant.
So four years we all thought that maybe caffeine has something to do -- and now we're finding out that that's not the case.
Because they did the same -- -- T Ryan Howard decaffeinated coffee.
And he didn't get the same results so if it's not the caffeine what is it.
Excellent question -- on the caught antioxidants.
Are boots -- in the body.
Free radicals are the ones that want to harm ourselves by drinking the coffee you're going to get antioxidants.
To go in and get those free radicals.
I blocked them from damaging -- this is a great study that shows.
-- make between coffee and that in endometrial cancer we've seen him as I said it prostate cancer and depression.
Parkinson's so I'd really like I think there's something -- coffee now that it's actually helping us.
Now if you ask me what else is going home -- this I think there's something with coffee and estrogen.
Because that link with -- prostate cancer and endometrial become effective is the fact that they may be reducing estrogen.
-- meeting some of these cancers as you directives make sure you admitted your sugar.
And your milk because they didn't you that you're going to defeat the whole purpose so you don't ever -- no.
A lot today -- been -- slow down and that I thought we should care.
And milk you're right you're gonna you're gonna get more.
Calories and -- more cholesterol as you -- -- be very careful with that.
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