New research shows that your prejudice for coffee or tea is minimized with personal taste and genetic.
In research, published in the scientific journal Scientific ReportsBetween 37 and 73 years, 400,000 British adult Genetic Information Analysis was analyzed.
Focused on the idea of tedious taste. The researchers could guess that people taking certain jeans drink more than four cups of tea daily and drink less tea. These are jeans that give more sensitivity to the bitter taste of caffeine,
People with other genes, sensitive to substance called propylethiorsil (prop), are more likely to get more than five cups of tea per day. They are naturally determined to have a lower choice for coffee.