The Canadian Liver Foundation (CLF) promoted the health benefits of coffee use. Drinking coffee may lower the risk of liver disease, according to the CLF. The campaign is organized around data from the previous two years. According to the CLF, drinking one cup of black coffee daily can reduce chronic liver disease by 15%. According to the foundation, drinking three to four cups of coffee daily can reduce the risk by 71%. Coffee has been found in numerous trials to lessen the risk of liver disease. Those who consumed ground coffee performed better than those who consumed instant coffee. Coffee drinkers had a 21% lower risk of chronic liver disease and a 20% lower risk of fatty liver disease, according to the study. Participants in the study were 49 percent less likely to die from chronic liver disease after consuming coffee.