So far, most writings on the internet only discuss raw food nutrition, such as mutton / chicken calories, but do not mention nutrition after the food is cooked, whether fried, boiled, written or otherwise. if I measure the nutrition of food with the benchmark from the data when the food is still raw, is there a way to make the food nutrition before u0026amp; after cooking exactly the same? nThank you
Hello Mr Ahmad Faisal! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The cooking process will certainly change the nutritional content, including the calories in food. Usually the number of calories shown in foods that are commonly cooked is the number of calories when the food is boiled or steamed. Some books or websites provide data on calculating food calories based on how they are cooked. Make sure the book or website you are using is trusted. For the calories itself, so that you don't add much, you can cook by boiling, steaming, and roasting. Avoid cooking by frying because it will increase the number of calories in food. For more details, you can consult with a clinical nutrition specialist about calorie calculations and the number of calories that are appropriate for your needs each day. The clinical nutrition specialist will make calculations after examining you.
That's my explanation. I hope this helps.