Researches with the World Cancer Research Fund in London found that drinking three or more drinks per day can increase the risk of link cancer but with the coffee the risk of liver cancer is reduced.
The study was published in the Liver Cancer 2015 report.
Coffee and coffee extracts help reduce the expression of genes that cause inflammation, this kind of inflammation that leads to liver cancer.
The study examined the role of aflatoxins in causing liver cancer.
Aflatosins are produced by molds that have a link with liver cancer.
Aflatoxins are produced by poor food storage.
Cereals, spices, nuts, dried fruit, and black pepper are susceptible to this type of mold.
In 2012 746,000 people died of liver cancer, it is the most second most dangerous disease.