Doctor Mikhaleva: fatty kebab is the most dangerous, especially if it was marinated in a store

shish kebab
Shish kebab is not considered a healthy food due to the method of preparation. During the frying process, products of combustion and oxidation of fats are formed, which are carcinogens.

Endocrinologist, nutritionist Oksana Mikhaleva told which kebab is considered the most dangerous.

— In this regard, cooking fatty meats over coals is especially harmful. The more fat, the more carcinogens are formed, and the more harmful the kebab is, she noted to Gazeta.Ru.

With this frying method, a large number of glycation end products are formed. They are considered the cause of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. In addition, they trigger the aging process of the body.

Marinades for barbecue also play a role. Some of them contain phytochemicals that reduce the formation of benzpyrenes and other carcinogens in meat:

  • dry wine,
  • apple and grape vinegar,
  • soy sauce,
  • lemon juice,
  • tomato juice,
  • li>kefir.

The expert called the worst marinade the one made from unknown ingredients. For example, ready-made marinated meat in the supermarket. For such a semi-finished product, they can take meat with an expiring date and not of the best quality, and use vinegar, spices and tomato paste for the marinade to improve the appearance, taste and smell.

Without harm to your health, you can eat one serving of kebab no more than once every 2-4 weeks per season, the doctor emphasized.

Consumption of fire-fried meat in combination with alcohol can lead to serious health problems, for example , cause acute pancreatitis. Gastroenterologist Natalya Panina spoke about this earlier. According to her, acute pancreatitis can develop when drinking 50-80 grams of pure ethanol.

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