A new study showed that the potato chip ship "Chips" does not contain cholesterol, and that the components are not as bad as many people imagine, with emphasis on non-proliferation.
A small amount of chips, less than 15, can be of nutritional value to the body, which gives salt, essential fat and low calories, according to the study, published by Healthy Eating.
Reported food information indicates that a bag of shibbs contains less than 15 discs, containing about 154 calories and 135 milligrams of salt, 10 percent of the recommended daily amount.
The same amount of crispy potato chips contain 5 percent of the daily intake of folic acid, vitamin C and K, plus 10 percent or more of potassium, vitamins E and B6.
The food fats contained in "chips" are necessary to absorb certain nutrients, and if you eat, it will probably get cholesterol because the vegetable oils used to make them free from cholesterol.
Standard chips contain 10 grams of total fat per ounce, while low-fat labels contain only 6 to 7 grams.
Although stress is not serious about the overall health of the body, experts recommend not to multiply, and do not rely solely on getting the essential nutrients.
It should be noted that baked potato chips, which are not processed with oils, remain low in fat overall compared to others, and eventually you should review the components in bags and packaging "Shibes" to make sure it is appropriate for your health.