Although drinking coffee is said to be beneficial for health in many ways, according to a new study, a cup of coffee every day reduces the risk of falling ill from corona virus infection. American scientists analyzed 40 thousand British people and they believe that coffee gives protection from the virus. Such benefits have also been reported from vegetables in the study.
Whose advantage, whose loss?
According to researchers, coffee contains health-benefiting plant chemicals that strengthen the immune system. According to this, coffee reduces the risk of disease from infection by up to 10%. Apart from this, it has also been said in the study that eating vegetables also has similar benefits.
At the same time, the surprising thing is that fruits have not been considered beneficial in this study. Apart from this, tea has also been said to be of no use. On the other hand, processed meats, such as sausage and bacon, have been shown to make the disease worse. This study has been published in the journal Nutrients.
More than 18 crores in the grip
Starting from China at the end of the year 2019, the corona virus infection, which has spread to every corner of the world, has so far engulfed more than 180 million people. At the same time, more than 40 lakh people have died. So far more than 170 million people have been cured worldwide, but due to new variants being found in many places, the risk of epidemic still remains.
Vaccination fast in India too
Many vaccines have also been made to deal with this and now the work of vaccination is being expedited. In India too, Covishield made of Oxford-AstraZeneca and Covaxin of Bharat Biotech, apart from Sputnik-V of Russia is available to the people. Vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are also expected soon.
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