Your choice of whether to eat or tea is mainly due to your genes and how taste affects your body, this is what this new study finds.

In this study, researchers found that the preference for one or more coffee over the other is linked to the presence or absence of a specific gene that affects the sensation of bitter taste.

There is a bite of bitterness in both tea and coffee, because they contain caffeine, as well as another substance called quinine in coffee, and your genes determine your preferred drink between them.

Your genes also play a role in how much coffee or tea you can drink during the day, and how your digestive system deals with it.

The researchers were able to reach these results by targeting more than 400,000 participants, aged 37-73 years, and comparing their love for coffee or tea and studying their genes.

He noticed that genes play a large role in determining the preferred drink of the participants, and it also plays a role in determining the amount that the participant can also take of this drink.

The scientists concluded in the study that genes are not the main reason behind this, but they have a big role.

So the next time you decide to drink coffee or tea, remember that your genes helped you.