How does hot drinks affect the cancer risk?
Is the temperature of drinks consumed affecting the cancer risk? Researchers have now found that drinking hot tea or coffee is almost doubling the risk of getting cancer.
A recent study by The University of Teran found it was having a big impact on the risk of developing cancer. The results of the research are published in the English journal "International Journal of Cancer".
Allow hot drinks to cool before eating
When people drink hot tea (60 ° C or more) regularly, this is associated with an increase in the proportion of people diagnosed with 90% breast cancer. To avoid this risk, we should allow the cooked tea to eat a few minutes before we eat it. Very hot water lightens the mouth and neck lining, which may encourage the development of viruses, the researchers explained. Alophageal cancer is the top eight causes of cancer in the world and one of the major causes of cancer deaths. The results of the tea-based study are also suitable for other hot drinks, including coffee or hot chocolate, the authors explain.
Over 50,000 people were involved in the survey
Analysis of drinking practices showed 50,045 people aged between 40 and 75 living in the northeast of Iran. From 2004 to 2017, 317 new cases of sophageal cancer were identified. The results found in the survey show that there is evidence of current involvement suggesting the link between hot drinks and second-hand cancer.
Why do hot drinks increase the risk of cancer?
Different methods of explaining how alcoholic drinks might be caused by eophagus may be different. For example, the heat caused by slugs may be injured, causing an inflammation that damages DNA and stimulates the making of carcasses. Allergic cancer affects people between 60 and 80 years of age. Men are more likely to affect illness in women. Indicators include, for example, dysphagia, lack of continuity or heart water, loss of food, and weight loss.
In many countries of the world tea has traditionally been very hot
The review is the only planned review to assess the actual temperature of tea by trained staff. It could be a reliable step for public health to expand these results into every type of beverage and to suggest that hot drinks should be cool below 60 ° C before they eat. As early as 2016, the International Research Team (IARC) was sort of hot drink above 65 ° C which could be carcinogenic. In many countries around the world, such as China, Iran and Turkey, tea has traditionally been very hot (about 70 ° Celsius).
These factors are influencing the risk of cancer
As you let your tea to be accelerated before you drink or put cold milk in it, your risk of cancer is unlikely to rise. If you also notice a healthy weight, use some alcohol and smoke, this will reduce your risk of cancer. Previous research has already shown that you should wait at least four minutes before you drink a cup of new boiled tea. (Mar)