Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee – Including Fighting Breast, Oral, Skin, Liver and Prostate Cancer

Dr. Michael Roizen, M.D. explains the many anti-aging health benefits provided by coffee. If you don't have one of the four 'unhealthy symptoms' related to coffee consumption, it can be a very healthy choice due to the high polyphenol content and anti-cancer benefits.

Wondering if your coffee habit is bad for your health? Watch this video to learn of diseases and conditions whose risks are reduced through the consumption of coffee.

Coffee Antioxidants - Having trouble controlling blood sugar spikes? Watch Life Extension's Dr. Michael Smith talk about our new internal carbohydrate inhibitor which works by controlling sugar creation in the liver

Most health gurus and nutrition experts would advise you to avoid drinking coffee, but a recent study may prove differently. This video is by Dr. Gerhauser.

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Skin cancer expert Dr. Shannon Trotter talks about high risk predictors and the newest treatments for skin cancer patients.

A new American Cancer Society study shows drinking coffee may help reduce the mortality rates of some oral cancers. Janet Hildebrand - American Cancer Society Analyst

Preventing Liver Cancer with Coffee - Dr. Greger

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Coffee's Effects Against Cancer

Coffee and breast Cancer - Dr Feuerstein

A study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute says six cups of coffee a day can do wonders in preventing the most deadly types of prostate cancer.

According to the Harvard School of Public Health study, men who drink six or more cups of coffee daily had a 60% lower risk of developing lethal prostate cancer and 20% lower risk of developing any form of the disease.

But six cups seems excessive, right? Good news. The study found even lighter consumption -- up to three cups daily -- was associated with a 30% lower risk of lethal prostate cancer.

Lahey Clinic urologist, Dr. David Canes, is excited by the findings, but says he's not going to start telling his patients to drink six cups of coffee a day just yet: