Effect Of Burned Food On Heart Health?
doc, I want to ask … is it true that if you eat a lot of fish and grilled chicken, it can cause heart disease ?? just read on this link the internet, please enlighten me …
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How to cook food can indeed affect the quality of food and can also increase the risk of certain diseases. Research has long shown that eating meat that is burned until it looks charred can increase the risk of cancer (such as colon cancer, stomach cancer, pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer). However, recent research has also shown that meat that is properly grilled (well done) can increase the risk of high blood pressure. The study found that the risk of developing high blood pressure was 15-17% higher in people who ate grilled and thoroughly cooked meat (beef, chicken, and fish) more than 15 times per month. High blood pressure is indeed associated with the occurrence of other cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease and stroke.
To be able to reduce the risk of developing cancer or high blood pressure due to eating burned foods, here are some things you can do:
Choose lean meat
Soak the meat in the seasoning longer
Reduce the time to burn the meat, you can cook the meat in the microwave or bake it in the oven before grilling
Grill food in smaller amounts so that it cooks faster
More often turn the meat when grilled
Avoid burning over a burning fire
Avoid eating the burnt parts
Grill the meat with the vegetables
Burn it on aluminum foil so that the fat and seasonings don't fall on the fire and cause the meat to burn
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