New Delhi (SunstarTV Bureau): From kids to elders, everybody’s craving for fried foods reaching top list while the side effects by unhealthy diet also considered as a major issue. By shedding lights over the matter, researchers suggest that fried-food intake is linked to a heightened risk of major heart disease and stroke.
The results are published online in the journal Heart where it suggests the risk raises with each additional 114 g weekly serving.
Whereon, it’s clearly shows that western diet doesn’t promote good cardiovascular health, but it’s not clear exactly what contribution fried food might make to the risks of serious heart disease and stroke, say the researchers.
The researchers, trawled research databases, looking for relevant studies published up to April 2020, and found 19. They pooled the data from 17, involving 5,62,445 participants and 36,727 major cardiovascular events such as a heart attack or stroke to assess cardiovascular disease risk.
Meanwhile, researchers found the data from six, involving 7,54,873 participants and 85,906 deaths over an average monitoring period of 9.5 years, to assess the potential link between fried food consumption and deaths from cardiovascular disease and from any cause.