Research in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found eating any type of fried potatoes two or three times per week may double the risk of early death, compared with not eating them at all. Registered dietitian Stephanie Schiff commented the acrylamide created by frying starchy foods has been linked to cancer.
Research links fried potatoes to higher mortality risks
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