[Family Health] How to "low fat diet"

[Family Health] How to "low fat diet"

Original title: [Family Health] How to "low-fat diet" Everyone knows that patients with coronary heart disease are "low fat diet", how can they eat "low fat" requirements? In the food we eat, there are three kinds of fat, which are present in cooking edible oil, natural fat and processing. To implement "low fat" diet, these three fats have to be "low".

  Cooking oil, there is a total of 20-30 grams of cooking oil. You can purchase a restricted oil pot to help control the oil volume. Eat at home, we can adjust the amount of oil yourself.

However, if you go out to eat, it is more difficult to control. However, this can also be flexible. For example, this is more oil, and the next meal is less, and the total is controlled. So what oil is used at home? It is recommended to use olive oil, rapeseed oil, corn oil and other vegetable oils, and can often replace the cooking oil to achieve more nutrients. Natural fat is distinguished in natural food, containing saturated fat, cholesterol foods to be away; and food containing unsaturated fat can be eaten. Specifically, there are fat, animal internal organs, egg yolk, seafood, squid, fish, etc. There are nuts, deep sea fish, etc. Processing food looks ingredients, chocolate, puffed food, biscuits, cookies, desserts, instant noodles, baked breads, these foods have more than 20%, it is recommended that you eat less or don’t eat. In particular, the trans fatty acid in the processing of food is more vigilant.

If you eat food, it is best to choose the food that does not contain trans fatty acids in the nutrient composition. Studies have confirmed that trans fatty acids will affect cardiovascular health, the better the intake, and the limited amount is less than 2 grams per day.

  Which foods contain trans fatty acids? Common have a crispy, cake, biscuit, etc. How can the food containing trans fatty acid? Tell everyone a trick, it is to see the nutritional composition.

The state requires all processing foods to indicate the content of fat and trans fatty acids, so see the nutritional composition table.

(Editor: Jiao Long, Zhou Yuting) Sharing let more people see recommendation reading.

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