Food preparation affects nutrition value, experts say

03/5/2013 | Washington Post, The

Overcooking vegetables, adding salt before tasting and not draining excess fat from ground beef are examples of how food preparation can reduce nutrient values or add fat and sodium, nutrition experts said. Cooking healthier includes grilling or baking instead of frying meats, steaming vegetables, using whole-wheat flour in place of white, and the proper use of oils and garlic.

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