The Potato Museum on Prince Edward Island offers a variety of ways to eat potatoes. Above all, I recommend "potato chips". Vitamin C can be absorbed efficiently by using chips.
The Potato Museum on Prince Edward Island, Canada, offers a variety of ways to eat potatoes. Above all, the recommended way to eat is "potato chips". It is said that the absorption efficiency of vitamin C increases when potatoes are eaten as chips.
Since visiting the Potato Museum, I have become an avid fan of potato chips. However, it seems that sad findings that the potato chips are bad for the body were reported. The British media Daily Mail reports
A study by British polling firm YouGov found that one in three children in the UK eats potato chips every day. Eating a bag of potato chips daily is like drinking 5 liters of cooking oil a year. Speaking of 5 liters, it is equivalent to 5 1 liter packs. Even though it's for one year, it's a good amount.
The Daily Mail presents a paper by Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard University, published in the New England Journal. It describes the negative effects of potato chips on the body. According to it, potatoes are the most prone to weight gain of all foods. Moreover, when potatoes are processed into potato chips, the weight gain effect is further enhanced.
In addition, potato chips not only cause obesity, but can also have a negative effect on the foetation if pregnant women eat too much. It is also undeniable that it may be the cause of ADHD in adolescents.
It's a scary article to read, but there's a question mark as to whether all of this applies to Japan as well. As anyone who ate potato chips in the UK knows, the potato chips sold in the UK are clearly more greasy than the ones in Japan. Also, in the UK, potato chips often appear as a staple food in school lunches. But in Japan, no child should be biting potato chips during lunch time. It seems that the situation is quite different.
So, I will continue to eat potato chips in the future. Oh, but should I make it a non-fly one? for a while.
"Potato Museum" on Prince Edward Island The author firmly believes in the explanation read here that "potato chips increase the absorption efficiency of vitamin C".