Are air-fried foods healthy? 

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This Web Story explores the health benefits and risks of air-fried foods

Air-fried foods have become increasingly popular in recent years, as they are marketed as a healthier alternative to deep-fried foods. But are air-fried foods really healthy?

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Air-fried foods are generally lower in calories and fat than deep-fried foods. This is because air fryers use less oil to cook food.

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Additionally, air-frying may help to reduce the formation of acrylamide, a chemical compound that has been linked to cancer.

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Air-fried foods may still contain some unhealthy fats, depending on the type of oil used.

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Additionally, some studies have shown that air-fried foods may contain higher levels of certain cholesterol oxidation products (COPs) than other cooking methods.

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Here are a few tips for cooking healthy air-fried meals:

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Use healthy oils, such as olive oil or avocado oil.

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– Avoid overcrowding the air fryer basket. This will prevent your food from cooking evenly.

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– Shake the basket halfway through cooking to ensure even cooking.

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– Season your food with herbs and spices instead of salt.

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– Avoid adding breading or batter to your food, as this will increase the calorie and fat content.

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