DATE AND TIME:
1/30/2019 9:54 PM
Even a small amount can hurt.
The harmful effect of excessive consumption of fried foods has been written and investigated for years, and there is a lot of evidence of its harmfulness. The daily consumption of these foods leads to a greater risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
Some may think that if they eat this food in small amounts every day, they can not harm them. However, the researchers found that even small amounts can lead to premature deaths caused by cardiovascular problems.
Scientists at the University of Iowa and Washington published a study in the BMJ Medical Journal in which they explored that daily consumption of fried foods affects women in postmenopausal women.
The survey was conducted with 100,000 women between the ages of 50 and 79 years. These women were included in the survey from 1993 to 1998 and during that time 31,588 women died. Of these, 9,000 died of heart disease, 8,000 of cancer.
Scientists have evaluated how much they have used fried foods such as fried chicken, fish and potatoes in their diet.
When comparing the lifestyle of these women and their eating habits, they found that daily consumption of fried foods leads to premature death.
If you eat one or more servings of fried chicken every day, this will result in an increase in the likelihood of premature death from any cause by 13%, and an increase in the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 12%.
No fried fish is a better option. That is, if you eat fried fish daily, you will have a seven percent chance of premature death for any reason and 13 percent more than the deaths caused by heart problems.