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Grilled meat raises pressure

A new study suggests a possible link between eating meat, poultry, and grilled or cooked fish, and increasing the risk of high blood pressure.

“Our findings suggest that individuals who eat red meat, poultry, or fish, if they avoid direct fire or cook at high temperatures such as those who eat red meat, poultry or fish,” said Dr. Zhang Liu, of Harvard University’s TCh Chan Health School in Boston. Barbecue .. may reduce the risk of high blood pressure. “

“Although studies have previously indicated that eating more red meat – especially processed meat – is associated with an increased risk of high blood pressure, its association with poultry and fish was also unlikely, as these previous studies did not take into account the factor Whatever the different cooking methods. “

Dr. Liu introduced the results of the new study at a conference of the American Heart Association in New Orleans.

Liu and his colleagues analyzed cooking methods and their association with high blood pressure in adults who regularly ate meat, poultry or fish, and participated in three long-term studies, more than 100,000 women and men.

In each study, detailed information was collected on the methods of cooking. None of the participants at the beginning of studies had high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, or cancer. But more than 37,000 had high blood pressure from 12 to 16 years of follow-up years.

The authors concluded that there was a correlation between cooking with direct flame tongues, preference for excessive maturation and increased risk of high blood pressure.

Those who eat meat cooked with direct flame tongues increased by 17% compared to others, and 15% among those who prefer maturing meat compared to others.

“The chemicals that are cooked by high temperatures in meat lead to oxidative stress, inflammation and insulin resistance in animal studies, and these symptoms can also increase the risk of high blood pressure,” Liu said at the conference.

But the study was not specifically designed to show that certain cooking methods cause high blood pressure, and researchers are advised not to over-focus on a particular cooking method.
Source: Reuters







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