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The paragraph "Studies have shown..." cannot clearly be related with the subject of this article. There may be a relationship, but it's not stated clearly. The paragraph refers to cofee consumption and some health effects, but never mentions the role of cafestol in such effects, nor the reasons why cafestol is relevant to those studies. I didn't find any tag which seemed right for this, so I open the question here. Any advise? --Paiconos 17:08, 29 June 2007 (UTC)
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The problem here is relevance: a coffee should never be brought to a boil, otherwise it's spoilt. (As in the French proverb "café bouillu, café foutu", which roughly translates as "Boiled coffee, spoiled coffee")
What is the role of cafestol in regular coffee, which people don't boil? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 20:28, 2 January 2008 (UTC)
Wow, there's a lot of missing information here. I'll try to help where I can. CYP3A4 lists cafestol as an inducer, but the references are scant. Anyone have any references or other information on cafestol metabolism or pharmacokinetics? --Jmcclare (talk) 01:28, 4 April 2008 (UTC)