Potato chips are filled with a cancer chemical
Potato chips are addicting. But there’s a reason behind that. Potato chips typically have a chemical compound called Acrylamide. This is found in starchy food products. It is put in during the process of high temperature cooking such as baking roasting or frying.
Unfortunately research shows that 40% of calories that make up the American diet contained Acrylamide.
The risk of Acrylamide:
Acrylamide is linked to cancer. It is not to damage the cells. High temperature cooking causes Acrylamide formation. It’s more likely to cook during a long period of high temperatures.. It’s typically found in foods such as potato products, grains, or coffee.
Ways to prevent Acrylamide:
Cook at a low temperature.
Avoid French fries and potato chips.
Boil or steam vegetables opposed to frying.
Cut your vegetables into smaller increments to reduce the cooking time.
Have tea over coffee because of the lower temperature processing
Stop smoking cigarettes is loaded with it.
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