Drink Coffee This Way to Avoid Throat Cancer

Say it isn’t so! That hot steamy morning beverage we enjoy so much could be causing cancer? As it turns out, not coffee per se, but the temperature of your morning cup could have a significant impact on your health.

A review published by the International Agency for Research on Cancer recently classified drinking very hot beverages as “probably carcinogenic to humans,” raising the risk of cancer.

The findings were based on evidence from studies that showed a link between hot beverages and cancer of the esophagus. A group of scientists analyzed data on the carcinogenicity of a range of beverages, including coffee, tea and mate — a popular steeped South American brew high in caffeine.

What they found was that esophageal cancer seemed to be higher in countries that drank very hot beverages at temperatures of 70 °C (158 °F) because temperatures this high can cause significant scald burns in the esophagus. In fact, a previous study published in 2009 mirrored these same findings. This now places hot beverages in the same category at smoking and alcohol drinking, major causes of esophageal cancer.

Less common in the United States

In 2012, esophageal cancer killed approximately 400,000 people worldwide and was responsible for about 5% of all cancer deaths.

The esophagus is a long, hollow tube that runs from your throat to your stomach and carries the food you swallow to your stomach to be digested. Esophageal cancer usually starts in the cells that line the esophagus, according to the Mayo Clinic, but can occur anywhere along the esophagus.

Esophageal cancer commonly strikes in the lower portion of the esophagus. It’s not as common in the United States and seems to be prevalent in Asia and parts of Africa. Additionally, more men than women seem to get it.

Drink your coffee this way

Twenty-five years after claiming that one of the most popular beverages in the world was “possibly carcinogenic to humans,” the World Health Organization’s cancer agency now has downgraded the cancer risk. An exhaustive review found no conclusive evidence of a carcinogenic effect just from drinking coffee — and that’s a big thumbs up. Unless of course your coffee is really hot — and that’s a big thumbs down.

But you don’t have to give up your coffee, or any other hot beverage for that matter. Simply allow it to cool before consuming, to avoid scalding the esophagus and damaging cells.

Starbucks brews its coffee to around of 145 to 165 degrees F, according to Business Insider. (Water boils at 212 degrees F.) So while your Starbucks coffee may not seem that hot by the time you get it, in light of the this new information it’s probably for the best.

Remember, all good things come to those who wait, so sit back, relax and let your coffee cool before drinking.

Source: The Alternative Daily

What Kind of Coffee do you drink?



Don’t really feel like giving up the joys of Coffee but would like to make more health conscious decisions, the solution is here.

Drink the benefits of Ganoderma coffee and also sample all the other DXN products and enjoy the difference!

Thanks to the Ganoderma Mushroom, its extract can be mixed with High Quality Arabica and Robusta coffee from Brazil.  This creates a very unique taste, as well as has a very positive effect on the body.

Your body accumulates acids which are neutralized by the effects of the Ganoderma mushroom if used regularly.  This mushroom will also regulate blood pressure and stabilize the effects of high and low fluctuations in the body.

The Ganoderma Mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum) contains nearly 200 alimentary substances which have positive effects on our body.  One of those ingredients is Organic Germanium which is one of the most healing substances in Nature.  The Ganoderma Mushroom is a virtuous plant therefore not containing side effects which weaken the body after long term use.  In fact, this type of mushroom improves your immune system and helps the body heal itself more rapidly.

People tend to forget to take their daily vitamin dose or have to give up their food supplement in the absence of financial means.

The King of herbs

Scientific research has confirmed the many positive effects of Ganoderma on the body including the purification of the bloodstream, blood circulation as well as improves cell quality.  It will strengthen the immune system as well as enable your organs to function optimally.  Ganoderma has been proven to reduce the effects of poor circulation and maintain a healthy body.

The two-way effect of ganoderma, that it can increase or decrease blood pressure, may sound strange. Since ganoderma hamonizes the body’s functions, enhances the natural self-healing ability, can strengthen the immune system.

Have you ever heard of anyone forgetting to drink their Daily cup of coffee?

A great idea was born when DXN decided to mix this potent Ganoderma mushroom with a staple product in the daily lives of so many people around the world.

In today’s consumption of this potent product, DXN is the world’s largest producer having over 6 million daily consumers in 180 countries..

DXN is also proud to say that they are one of only a handful of companies manufacturing this product with no artificial flavors, colorings or preservatives.

Source: Pub med

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About Mark Tacorda

Nong 2001, I was studying as a Com. Sci. at 1st years College ako non, at habang nag aaral ako, nagkaroon akong Sinusitis at Migraine, tinitiis ko lang, hanggang nakatapos ako nong 2005 April ng BS-Com. Sci. Meron parin akong Health problem, hanggang nag apply nako ako noon sa mga kompanya, gaya ng isang kilalang Pharmacy sa Bikol, yon ang una kong work after college… Read More > bit.ly/my-story-here
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