Does Hot Food and Drink Increase Cancer Risk?

Do Hot Eating and Drinking Increase the Risk of Cancer
Do Hot Eating and Drinking Increase the Risk of Cancer

Otorhinolaryngology Specialist Assoc. Dr. Yavuz Selim Yıldırım gave information on the subject. Unfortunately, the news is bad for those who like to eat and drink hot, if you like to eat and drink hot, you should think again. Those who like to drink coffee and tea in the mornings, those who eat and drink quickly to catch up in a hurry. Those who consume hot in order to warm the inside in winter days, those who eat and drink hot habitually must be careful!

In researches, it has been proven that consuming drinks and foods with a temperature above 60 -70 ° C increases the risk of cancer. It has been shown to cause harm.

If the organs in the region from the mouth to the stomach are repeatedly exposed to high temperature for years, it causes denaturation of the tissues and proteins in this area, that is, deterioration of the structure, and it emerges as an important risk factor for cancer formation.

Inadvertently or accidentally taking hot tea or hot food once or twice does not directly cause cancer, but continuous hot food for years, which has become a habit, significantly increases the risk of cancer.

In the presence of other factors that disrupt the structure of proteins, for example, spicy and spicy food combined with hot food creates more risks for the stomach and esophagus. Again, a person who has been smoking and drinking for years will have a higher rate of cancer when he eats and drinks hot.

After exposure to heat, tissues have the ability to regenerate, but in repeated exposure to heat, the self-healing capacity of tissues will gradually decrease and cancer will occur.

Again, eating and drinking hot is one of the most important causes of mouth ulcers. And it causes stomach ache after eating or drinking hot. I must be careful not to be from our health.

Günceleme: 31/05/2021 12:39

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