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Research reveals coffee prevents liver damage

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Good news, coffee lovers.

It turns out your morning hit might be helping you fight disease.

Dr Alex Hodge, from the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash University, told Ross and John those who drank coffee were less likely to suffer liver disease.

‘The research would suggest that,’ he explained on 3AW Breakfast.

‘Certainly moderate amounts of coffee, depending on the liver disease you’re looking at, seem to be associated with less liver damage and probably less liver fat, as well.’

Click PLAY below to hear Dr Alex Hodge explain more on 3AW

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