There are a lot of benefits associated with the use of real tea, but it can also lead to some health issues.
According to an article in The Lancet on Thursday, a review by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, found that tea is associated with increased risk of breast cancer, prostate cancer and colorectal cancer.
More:The study looked at the risk of coloreposis (a cancer of the lining of the colon) and colon cancer in men between the ages of 50 and 70.
In the US, coloreptal cancer rates have increased by nearly half since 1980, the article said.
It’s important to note that these are the US rates.
The Lancet article found that rates in China, India and South Korea were much higher.
The researchers said that in some countries, the incidence of colitis, or inflammation of the rectum, was much higher, and the risk was higher than what was reported in the US.
“It is important to understand that in the UK, tea consumption is low compared to other countries.
And in China and India, tea is a major part of daily life,” lead author and professor of medicine at UC San Francisco Dr James Lacey said.”
If you drink a cup of tea, it has the potential to have a long-term effect on your health,” he said.
But there’s a lot more to tea than tea drinking.
It has many health benefits, from anti-inflammatory properties to anti-ageing benefits.
Dr Lacey, who also works at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, said that tea also has benefits for digestion, weight loss and energy levels.
“When we drink tea, we do so in the expectation that we will not feel any negative effects,” he told Al Jazeera.
“The problem is that tea has the ability to trigger a cascade of hormones that can trigger a host of different problems,” he added.
“Tea consumption has a wide variety of health benefits.
It is the ideal beverage to go for a morning cup of coffee or a lunchbreak, but there are some of these other health benefits that are associated with tea consumption.”
Tea can be made from green tea, black tea and white tea.
It is most commonly brewed in green teas or dark green teak, and has been traditionally used in Thailand and China.
The health benefits of tea are not limited to the colon and rectum.
The article also mentioned tea drinking in the face can also help to control certain conditions, including type 2 diabetes and obesity.
The study said that while there were some benefits associated, tea drinking has a lot to offer for people who are in their 40s or older.
Dr Lacerda said that as tea drinking becomes more popular, there are going to be more people in their 50s and older who want to drink tea.
“As more people drink tea and people drink green tea and more people start drinking black tea, the costs associated with this kind of tea drinking will start to be borne by these younger people,” he explained.
Tea drinking can also increase your risk of developing colon cancer.
A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology in January 2016 found that the risk for colon cancer was higher among women who drank tea daily, compared to those who drank less tea or drank tea only occasionally.
According to the authors, women who consumed tea daily were more likely to have increased risk.
The authors said that they wanted to understand whether there was any relationship between tea drinking and risk of colon cancer, and whether the tea drinking was more common among people with the highest risk of cancer.