Study: Increased fried chicken the risk of premature death?
Fried fish and meat to the risk
Doctors found out now that the regular consumption of fried chicken or fish is associated with an increased risk of premature death. If older women took every day fried chicken meat increased their risk of premature death by 13 percent, compared with women who took no such food.
The scientists from the University of Iowa noted in its recent study that post-menopausal women to expose by the daily consumption of fried chicken or fish an increased risk of premature death. The experts published the results of their study in the English journal “BMJ”.
Consumption of fried foods is widely used
The doctors explain that limiting the consumption of fried and fried foods, especially fried chicken and fish, might be for public health advantage. Unfortunately, the consumption of fried foods is widely used around the world, however, very far, says author of the study, Wei Bao of the University of Iowa. Over the long-term health effects of this consumption, only little is known, adds the expert.
Fried and fried food is unhealthy
The daily consumption of roast or fried chicken at the women in the study to a 13 percent higher risk of premature death, compared with women who took no such food. If the women consumed daily, fried or deep-fried fish or shellfish increased the risk of early death by 7 percent compared with women who did not. Generally speaking, deep-fried and fried food seems to often result in health problems and premature death. A study from the year 2017, for instance, showed that people who two or more times per week fried potatoes to eat, a twice as high risk of premature death, compared with people who do not eat so unhealthy.
Fried food can Diabetes favor
Other previous researches have already demonstrated links between higher consumption of fried foods and an increased risk for type-2 Diabetes and heart disease.
Data from nearly 107,000 in women were evaluated
The physicians surveyed for their study, the dietary habits of nearly 107,000 in women between the ages of 50 and 79 years from the period of 1993 to 1998. The participants were on average monitored for a period of 18 years, medically. During the study, the women completed questionnaires on the frequency of the foods you eat.
The results also apply to men?
The results of the study likely to meet with a man, speculate the researchers. Previous studies of the health effects of fried foods showed no gender-specific differences.
There were limitations in the study?
The authors indicate that the study could not determine which Oils or what are the temperatures of the food were fried. These factors affect the connection between fried foods and the risk of premature death.
Oil should not be re-used
People in the United States consume in Fast-Food Restaurants often deep-fried or fried food. This is an important factor, because people at home rarely use your Oil again, if you prepare your food. In Fast-Food Restaurants, the Oil is used more frequently. Oil is used, this creates harmful Compounds in the Oil, which migrate into the food.
Results were not applicable in the case of the use of olive oil
The results of the new study may not be globally generalized, say the experts. People around the world can use different methods to roast to cook to your food, or deep-frying. Additionally, different Oils are used. In Spain, an investigation of the relationship between the consumption of fried foods and mortality have found no connection between the two factors, since the population uses mostly olive oil. (as)