|Cancer Threat Beyond Coffee|
Cancer Threat Beyond Coffee Too Hot
An influential panel under the World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that coffee can prevent some types of cancer. But coffee is too hot has risks 'may' trigger cancer.
The coffee is too hot, as well as other hot beverages, classified as 'belike carcinogenic' and is related to esophageal cancer in several studies. But the possibility is only found in coffee is too hot, which is higher or equal to 65 degrees Celsius.
Drinks that are too hot can injure cells in the esophagus
"Drinks that are too hot can injure cells in the esophagus and trigger the formation of cancer cells," said Mariana Stern of the University of Southern California, quoted from USAToday, Thursday (16/06/2016).
For coffee in general, fortunately, no warning whatsoever. Instead, the coffee in a reasonable dish can provide a number of health benefits. According to scientists, coffee may reduce the risk of liver cancer by 15 percent as reported in the journal Lancet Oncology.
In 1991, the International Agency for Research on Cancer never been coffee label as 'possibly carcinogenic'. The newest evidence of the WHO panel is erst again revoked such status, the preserve is not consumed when they overheat.
According to a survey, 64 percent of adults in the United States is a coffee drinker. On average, they consume coffee at a temperature of 60 degrees Celsius or lower.
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