At Viral Ongoing report has discovered that the temperature of hot tea is connected with raised danger of oesophageal malignant growth. Notwithstanding, past examinations had officially settled a connection between drinking hot tea and oesophageal malignancy.
The examination, which showed up in the International Journal of Cancer, has inspected this relationship between hot tea and oesophageal malignancy by tentatively and dispassionately estimating tea drinking temperature and following 50,045 people matured 40 to 75 years for a middle of 10 years.
Amid development, 317 new instances of oesophageal disease were distinguished. Contrasted and drinking under 700 ml of tea for each day at under 60°C, drinking 700 ml for every day or more at a higher temperature (60°C or higher) was related with a 90 percent higher danger of oesophageal disease.
Many individuals appreciate drinking tea, espresso, or other hot refreshments. In any case, as per this investigation, drinking hot tea can expand the danger of oesophagal malignancy. It is, consequently, prudent to hold up until the hot refreshment has chilled off before drinking it.