Hot Drinks Can Cause Esophageal Cancer

The usual temperature of coffee and tea in cafes and restaurants is above normal. The new study has shown that hot drinks have a bad influence on our stomach.

Frequent consumption of hot drinks creates an increased risk of esophageal cancer.

Related: Healthy Lifestyle Can Significantly Reduce the Risk of Cancer

This was stated by scientists who analyzed about a thousand scientific publications devoted to two dozen different types of cancer.

According to them, a dangerous temperature is around 65 ° C. The authors note that in cafes and restaurants recommended temperature of coffee is higher - about 82-85 ° C. However, researchers refer the hot beverages to the same category of danger as consumption of fried foods and processed meat products.

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