The research of experts from the American cancer research Center named Fred Hutchinson found that frequent consumption of chicken, potatoes, doughnuts, deep fried, provokes the occurrence of prostate cancer in men. The development of the disease results in a very aggressive manner. The results of the study published in the journal "The Prostate".
Earlier studies have already established the link between dishes prepared by the method of processing at high temperatures, and the occurrence of prostate cancer. But a similar study, conducted by researchers from the cancer Center, made for the first time. It's no secret that Americans are big fans of such food, which has prompted scientists to the idea of conducting research.
The head of the experiment Janet Stanford together with colleagues analyzed studies that have been done before. It was attended by fifteen hundred men diagnosed with prostate cancer and fifteen hundred healthy men. The age of participants ranged from 35 to 74 years, race - white and black, all lived in and around Seattle.
The analysis showed that those men who consumed the products fried more than once per week, subject to the emergence of their prostate cancer by nearly 37 percent more than those who use food from fast food once a month or less.
According to the researchers, under the influence of boiling oil on the products, they accumulate carcinogens. Such as: acrylamide (formed in potatoes), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocyclic amines (meat), as well as acrolein and aldehydes. Their concentration increases several times, after the oil is re-used for frying.
For example, in the chicken breast, which was roasting in the oven for 20 minutes, toxic substances 9 times more than in the breast, which was boiled for one hour.
On the theme of interconnectedness use of products, deep fried and cancer of various organs, there have been many studies. Almost every one of them have established a link between food, fried and risk of breast cancer, esophagus and pancreas. The results of studies in which evidence of the harm and danger that lurk in food from fast food.