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Have you been deceived?
Release time:2015-06-13 Reading number:1139

Have you been deceived? Many things may not be true in the life you are familiar with. What you see and even what you feel may not be the truth.

Lean meat contains no fat. Many people choose to eat lean meat for fear of obesity and not fat. They believe that lean meat does not contain fat and can enjoy it unbridled. However, the fact is that fat can be divided into two types, dominant and recessive. Lean meat contains fat, which is recessive fat. The fat content is 1%~15%. Red meat has higher fat content than white meat.

No salty food contains no salt. Many people think that eating less salt means eating less salty food. However, salt consists of sodium chloride. Many foods are not salty, but they are added with sodium or salt, such as white bread, cakes, biscuits, jelly and so on. Processed foods such as bacon, sausage and salted fish contain more salt. Therefore, when purchasing processed food, we should pay attention to the label and try to choose low sodium content. ?

Sweet fruits have less sugar. When it comes to sugar, people often think of sweetness. However, judging the amount of "sugar" in fruits can't depend solely on the taste. Because sweetness is not only related to the sugar content, but also to the type of sugar and acidity. Some fruits that don't taste sweet, such as pitaya and kiwifruit, have a sour taste, but the data show that 13.3 grams of carbohydrates are found in every 100 grams of pitaya fruit and 14.5 grams in every 100 grams of kiwifruit. In terms of total carbohydrates, both fruits are considered real "high sugar" foods. In addition, fruits with high sugar content also include apples, apricots, figs, oranges, grapefruit, litchi, persimmon, longan, bananas, Bayberry and so on.

Milky white soup is more nutritious. Many people think that white is protein, so milk-white soup is the most nutritious, but it is not. Milky white is just an emulsification phenomenon formed when fat is evenly distributed in water. Generally speaking, the higher the fat content, the easier the soup to boil Milky white. Whether the soup can be boiled milky white or not has little to do with the nutritional value of the soup.

When food fades, it must be dyed. When washing black rice or mulberry, the water turns black. Is it because it is dyed? In fact, food discoloration is a very common phenomenon, which is mainly caused by the dissolution of pigments in food. Black rice, purple rice, black peanut, black corn, black soybean, mulberry, purple potato, purple cabbage, blueberry and other foods are rich in water-soluble pigments - anthocyanins. Therefore, the discoloration of these purple-black foods in water does not necessarily mean that they have been dyed, a large part of which may be natural pigments.