There are a lot of coffee consumption of health data are contradictory. It will lead to bad cholesterol and higher abortion rate? Or will reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis, and helps to promote the health of microbial culture? According to an article published by New York Times, 'the answer may be in your genes'.
Study on CYP1A2 gene mutation, nutrition professor Ahmed El-Sohemy revealed from the University of Toronto in Canada. The gene controlled by the same enzyme, in turn affect the hepatic metabolism of caffeine speed.CYP1A2 in one of two ways: fast and slow. If you inherit your father and mother of two fast genes, then you will be considered "fast metabolism", and metabolism of caffeine four times faster than the slow.
This distinction is important, the research paper points out:
Ahmed El-Sohemy and colleagues recruited 4000 adults, of which about 2000 people had a heart attack. Then, they analyze their genes and their coffee drinking habits. When they looked at the entire population, they found that the average drink 4 or more cups of coffee a day, increased risk of heart attack 36%.
However, when their subjects were divided into two groups: caffeine metabolism fast and slow, they found some surprising phenomenon: a heart attack coffee consumption many people of high probability and slow caffeine metabolism.
one way valve would like to tell if you are a person of high metabolic rate, you should be very happy, because we can open our coffee crazy trip.