What is oil?
“Oil” is basically “fat”.
In fact, fat is one of the five major nutrients in the human body, none of which is indispensable!
It is also called the “warehouse” in the human body, which is responsible for storing and supplying energy.
Protect all organs in the body and maintain normal body temperature.
At the same time, it can also make the skin glowing, smooth and promote intestinal absorption and so on.
Have you eaten the right “oil”?
The more these oils are eaten, the more harmful to health?
Three meals a day in life are inseparable from oil, but are you really eating right?
The following two types are “landmines” in oil products!
The first type: oxidized oil
This is oil that has been left for a long time and reheated (reuse oil).
The more oil is reused, the higher the degree of oxidation, and the more carcinogens it produces.
- Fast food
- Fried foods such as fried chicken, French fries, fried bananas, doughnut
The second type: Trans fat
This is the fat produced during processing. Used to add to food to extend shelf life and increase taste.
What foods contain Trans fats?
- Peanut butter
- Non-dairy creamer
- Beverages such as 3-in-1 coffee, milk tea
- Process cakes, bread, biscuits, and various baked goods
- Snacks such as popcorn, chocolate, candies
Excessive intake of oxidized oils and Trans fats will cause chronic inflammation of the body!
When the body is chronically inflamed for a long time, free radicals will slowly damage cells, blood vessels, immune system, liver, brain and other organs.
In severe cases, it can also cause various diseases such as cardiovascular disease, arthritis, hepatitis, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and so on!
So try to avoid eating these two kinds of fats.