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Don't eat while the food is too hot

Hotpot, barbecue and crayfish are young people's favorite nowadays. I often see young people pick up a piece of steaming dishes, put into the mouth without even blowing it. Every then I will say: "eat slowly, eat after they get a little cooler. People who always eat hot and spicy food should beware of esophagus cancer!"
Many studies show that eating the food which is too hot can increase the incidence of esophageal cancer. Esophagus wall is composed of mucous membrane which is very tender. It can only stand the maximum temperature of 50 ℃ to 60 ℃. Once the food has exceeding this temperature, the mucous membrane will be scalded. Eating excitant food like hot pot will damage the oral cavity, esophagus and mucous membrane of the stomach. Usually the mucous membrane will be hurt again before it recovers from the former damage. If it goes like this, there may be fat chance of suffering from mucosal qualitative change and cancer. In addition, eating too fast, love for drink spirits and curing food, can also threat esophageal mucosa.
How to be far away from esophageal cancer then? The important point is to have good control over your mouth.
Hotpot and other excitant food may taste good, but they should be had within a certain limit. This will give enough time for the esophagus mucous membrane to have a good rest, at the same time, we have pampered our palate for delicacies. What should be noted is that insufficient intake of vitamins and deficiency trace elements will directly affect the repairation of esophagus epithelium. So every time after fulfilling your hunger, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables to increase the intake of vitamin A, C, E, riboflavin and folic acid.

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