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How much edible oil does the human body consume every day?

Time:2021-01-14 Views:157
Excessive oil intake will not only cause obesity, but also cause excessive fatty acids in the blood. When fatty acids are in excess, they will be stored mainly in the form of triglycerides, which will increase blood lipids and cause chronic diseases such as diabetes, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease.
  
   The Chinese Dietary Guidelines for Residents (2016), formulated by the Chinese Nutrition Society and issued by the Health and Family Planning Commission, stated that the amount of cooking oil per person should not exceed 25g-30g per day.
  
   5 tips to reduce oil consumption:
  
  1. Use cooking methods with less oil such as steaming, boiling, stewing, boiling, and mixing to reduce oil intake, instead of frying or frying.
  
  2. When making soup or stewing in a casserole, you don’t need to stir-fry with oil. You can put meat and other ingredients directly into the pot.
  
  3. Eat less cream cakes, pastries and other foods. There are a lot of trans fats in these foods.
  
  4. Reduce the frequency of eating out. First, the food in the restaurant uses too much oil, and second, some black-hearted businesses may use inferior oil from informal sources.
  
  5. Use non-stick pans, microwave ovens and other cooking utensils more, so that you can use less "pan" oil, thereby reducing the amount of oil used.
  
   Edible oil intake requirements
  
   8 tips to reduce oil consumption
  
   1. Do not eat animal oil.
  
  2. Use less vegetable oil during cooking, no more than 25 grams per day, no more than 1 tablespoon and a half per person per meal.
  
  3. Use less oil cooking methods such as boiling, stewing, boiling, steaming, mixing, and brine instead of frying or frying.
  
  4. When making soup or casserole stew, there is no need to use oil, and the meat can be cooked directly in the pot.
  
   5. Eat less creamy foods.
  
   6. Go to restaurants and restaurants to eat less, because the meals in restaurants use a lot of oil.
  
  7. Use non-stick pans, microwave ovens, etc. to reduce oil consumption.
  
   8. Alternate edible oils are the healthiest.
  
   Points to note about eating oil:
  
   1. No more than 25 grams of cooking oil per day (2 tablespoons and a half).
  
  2. Use only vegetable oil instead of animal oil for cooking.
  
   3. Various vegetable oils are used alternately.
  
   4. Avoid high temperature cooking (black smoke).
  
   5. Buy oil in a brown bottle and store it away from light.
  
   6. Try not to eat all kinds of fried foods.
  
  7. Patients with obesity, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, hyperlipidemia, fatty liver, diabetes, etc., should strictly control their oil intake under the guidance of a nutritionist.