Potato Chips Have Different Fat Fried by Different Oil
The potato chips are best selling in around world with different famous brand. At the same time, the potato chips are located with nutritions that are beneficial for our body. There are facts that it is the different fats from different oils.
March 13, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Potato chips are made from either thinly sliced potatoes that are deep-fat fried or dried potatoes which are processed into chips. The potato chips are best selling in around world with many different famous brand, which can be enjoyed as snack food or material itself accompanied with different condiments in different countries or state. At the same time, the potato chips are located with nutritions that are beneficial for our body , such as Fiber, Vitamin B6 and Potassium and so on dietary nutritions. And there are facts that it is the different fats from different oils.
The regular sunflower oil promotes inflammation, because it has 66% polyunsaturated fat, 20% monounsaturated fat and 10% saturated fatty acid, which these fat can result in our inflammation. The main reason for inflammation is that the sun flower oil is an high omega 6 fatty acid and low omega 3 fatty acid. Having an omega 6 intakes that is too high along with an omega 3 fatty acid that is too low is the reason for bring about inflammation, and which also instruct that too high omega 6 intake can decrease our insulin sensitivity, which make the fat burn tougher.
The cottonseed oil is so extremely inexpensive that it is frequently choice for deep fry the potato chips. However the cottonseed oil contains 52% polyunsaturated fat, 18 monounsaturated fat and 26% saturated fat, which these fat can raise our cholesterol and the risk of heart disease. The limiting content of saturated fats is about 7% of overall calories per day according the authority reports. And the cottonseed oil frying potato chips also may be rich in pesticide residue levels. Due to the farms are able to use numerous agrichemicals on it.
Corn oil also is classified as a polyunsaturated fat, including 59% polyunsaturated fat, 24% monounsaturated fat and 13% saturated fat. Corn oil is a source of omega-6 fatty acids as well. Ideally, you'd have a ratio of two to four times more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3 fatty acids. However, eating foods such as potato chips frequently contributes to most people having 14 to 20 times more omega-6 fatty acid than omega-3 fatty acid.
The olive oil is one of the most popular oils today, and be used for deep fried by many chips company to process into different kinds of crunch potato chips or french fries. It contains rich source of energy, such as fat produce more than double the energy acquired from carbohydrates or protein, and also it provides essential polyunsaturated fatty acids and Vitamin A, D, E and K. Olive oil is widely know to be high in monounsaturated fat and zero trans fat and is low in saturated fat. The monounsaturated fat can help lower LDL cholesterol, and the polyunsaturated fat help maintain heart health and promote mental acuity and brain development.
Peanut oil is a monounsaturated fat and recommended as a healthy unsaturated oil. When fried potato chips, adding some peanut oil, it will be absorbed into potato chips, giving the chips an extra peanut flavor and a unique taste, but one attention you should pay, if you are allergic to peanuts, please don't consume chips fried in peanut oil.
From above description, we can draw a conclusion that some oils contain high fats which are bad for our health, we should keep close eyes on them during choosing potato chips.
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