Coffee was popular in Britain in the early days, actually thanks to its refreshing effect. As we all know, coffee has the effect of refreshing, many scholars fell in love with this kind of magic drink which can relieve drowsiness and fatigue. And because of its mild analgesic effect, coffee is often used to soothe nerves. The magical characteristics determine the price of non – user – friendly coffee was very high when it first entered the UK. This determines that coffee, as a luxury drink in the early days, was only spread among some nobles and senior intellectuals.
These well-educated intellectuals believe that coffee can make them more sober and often gather in cafes to exchange ideas. The British cafe was built around 1650 A.D. and is located near Oxford University to serve the professors there.
Some studies have linked heavy consumption of Madai tea or tea with increased risk of oral and esophageal cancer, but many data suggest that this is more related to the temperature of these drinks than to exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Drinking any very hot drink increases the risk of oral and gastric cancer. If you’re one of those people who like hot coffee, tea or Madai tea, you should start trying to cool them down. Therefore, the fat powder added in coffee will not lead to cancer, we need not worry too much.
On the other hand, if you drink coffee a lot, just like people who drink a lot of alcohol will have a strong resistance to alcohol, and taking a drug for a long time will produce resistance to some ingredients in coffee. The foods or drinks you eat at the same time contain substances that transform or resist these substances. What kind of consequences will be produced in the later period? In fact, it is predictable that we should drink coffee according to our ability. Health is the capital of revolution!