Warning: Hot Drinks Probably Cause Cancer
People used to think that coffee or tea causes cancer. However, The International Agency for Research on Cancer found it was “the hot temperature,” not caffeine causes cancer. According to the study, drinking very hot beverages is one probable cause of oesophageal cancer. Tea has been confirmed as a healthy drink. The Royal Society of Chemistry recommends drinking tea at 60-65 degrees. According to Act Governing Food Safety and Sanitation Article 26, food containers or packaging designated by the central competent authority in a public announcement shall conspicuously indicate thermal resistance temperature in Chinese and common symbols.