In May 2011, the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (JNCI) published a long-term study conducted by experts at Harvard Medical School (USA). They found that regular coffee consumption, especially decaffeinated coffee helps the body reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
According to the study, those who drink 6 cups of decaffeinated coffee per day will have 20% reduced prostate cancer risk when compared to non-coffee drinkers. Apart from this study, scientists also previously found that coffee helps lower the risk of Parkinson’s disease, type II diabetes, gallstone and liver cancer. They conducted the above study in 47911 men since 1986. As coffee contains antioxidants, compounds regulating insulin and so on, it works best to help against prostate cancer.
Nowadays, it is very easy for you to have your own coffee makers at home. There are a lot of brands such as k-cup, single cup coffee maker, espresso home maker, or even you can get an iced coffee brewer… to help you make a cup of coffee in few minutes. As far as we research from Keurig reviews, this model seems to be the most convenient one for home use.