Are the pearls in bubble tea carcinogenic?
Does the colorful and popular bubble tea contain carcinogenic substances?
Given the bright color creations, one can assume that the colorful bubble teas contain a lot of sugar and many artificial ingredients. Unhealthy and high in calories: definitely! Now, however, scientists have also found out that the globules of the popular trendy drink contain toxins, so that one must even fear that bubble tea is carcinogenic or increases the risk of developing cancer. They can also cause allergies. What is the truth of the new fears and should one absolutely avoid bubble tea?
Bubble tea carcinogenic due to styrene, acetophenone and brominated substances?
Scientists from the Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen have found the poisonous substances styrene, acetophenone and brominated substances in the balls, the so-called toppings of the bubble tea. Since the samples were evaluated from a Mönchengladbach branch that was supplied by one of the largest topping manufacturers in Asia, which in turn supplies almost all of Germany with the pellets, it can be assumed that the harmful substances can be found in many bubble teas. The fact is: these substances actually have no place in food - it must now be examined in more detail whether the concentration contained in the bubble teas must already be classified as harmful to health or not.
No more bubble tea or excessive scaremongering?
Basically, of course, it is true that bubble tea is anything but healthy. A cup has so many calories that an adult has covered a quarter of the daily sugar requirement: a cup of 0.3 l bubble tea has an average of 400 to 600 calories ... actually a whole meal. In addition, the bubble tea is not entirely safe for small children, as the slimy pearls are easily inhaled or the children can choke on them. The contained toxic substances naturally also promote the unhealthy image. However, you have to keep in mind that the bubble tea scandal is current and on everyone's lips: Dioxin-contaminated eggs, cancer-promoting ingredients in chips, cola and Co., cancer-causing diesel exhaust fumes, harmful chemical ingredients in cosmetics and many other foods and objects of our daily life are certainly no less unhealthy than the ingredients in bubble tea. Regardless of whether bubble tea is carcinogenic - due to the high number of calories, artificial flavors, colorings and the high sugar content, bubble tea should be avoided for the sake of health.
*: Bubble Tea: stockcreations / Fotolia.com
Via the apotheken-wissen.de team
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