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Hidden Health Risks

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Friday, 08 Jul 2016 01:44 PM Current | Bio | Archive

For some time, there has been a consensus of opinion that coffee consumption caused an increased incidence of carcinoma of the esophagus. But new data show that the coffee itself was not the cause. It was the hot temperature.

Data now suggest that you should not drink anything that is above 160 degrees Fahrenheit, as that is the temperature that causes the increased incidence of cancer.

Philadelphia is now charging a tax on carbonated drinks. They instigated this tax in an effort to decrease the intake of carbonated beverages, which might help us decrease the incidence of obesity and diabetes.

But it is not the sugar in carbonated drinks that causes the problem. It is the acid pH of the fluids.

This just goes to show that the real problems aren’t always the ones you think.
 

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Data now suggest that you should not drink anything that is above 160 degrees Fahrenheit, as that is the temperature that causes the increased incidence of cancer.
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