According to a review of relevant studies published to date, more coffee consumption is connected to a lower risk of endometrial cancer, a kind of cancer that originates in the uterine lining. Caffeinated coffee, on the other hand, may provide better protection than decaffeinated coffee.
The study, published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research, contained 24 research on coffee consumption, resulting in 9,833 new instances of endometrial cancer in 699,234 people.
People who consumed the most coffee had a 29% lower relative risk of acquiring endometrial cancer than those who consumed the least.
The study’s authors point to a number of pathways that have been linked to coffee’s possible anti-cancer properties. «Additional research with a large sample size is needed… to acquire more information regarding the benefits of coffee use in connection to endometrial cancer risk,» they stated.