Edible oil is an essential nutritive substance in people's lives, and then long-term excessive consumption of food has become an important factor in inducing chronic diseases such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Relevant data show that the prevalence of hyperlipidemia in China is higher than that in Korea and Japan. The proportion is relatively high, at 13.1%.
Diabetes, which is closely related to blood lipids, has also received attention. In 2013, there were 382 million diabetic patients worldwide, of which type 2 diabetes accounted for more than 90% of diabetes. There is a reversible stage between normal people and diabetes called pre-diabetes. The study found that people at this stage have different degrees of abnormal lipid metabolism, including hypertriglyceridemia, and the prevalence of hyperglycemia in people with dyslipidemia. It will be significantly increased. According to statistics, the prevalence of dyslipidemia in adults in China is 23.1%~60.7%, which is much higher than the national level of 18.6% in 2002, and high blood lipids are more common in young people, which seriously affects their bodies. health. Therefore, a reasonable diet is very important.
In daily life, consumers can choose a wide variety of edible oils, mainly including vegetable oils and animal oils. Among them, lard and olive oil and peanut oil are commonly used in edible oils, especially the three kinds of edible oils, especially lard. The cholesterol content and fat content are generally considered to be bad cooking oils. In addition, there are still urban-rural differences in the choice of edible oil and the proportion of eating. Urban residents have higher intake of vegetable oil than rural residents. The intake of animal oil in rural residents is higher than that of urban residents, especially poor rural residents. Animal oil intake is still high.