Is there any harm in creamer?

It increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. There are also very large heat, if not heat, will lead to obesity.

The harmful effects of creamer on the body are as follows:
Although there is a word “milk” in creamer, it has nothing to do with milk. It is also known as vegetable fat, powdered oil and fat powder. It is made from refined hydrogenated vegetable oil and a variety of food excipients. It is made up of blending, emulsifying, sterilizing and spray drying. It does not contain milk ingredients.

Milk essence has good dispersibility, water solubility and stability. It can be used in various foods to improve nutritional value and calorific value, improve instant solubility and mixing property, improve taste, and make the products more delicious. Since the price of protein is much higher than that of fat, the amount of protein used in the production of creamer will be reduced as much as possible, and the content of fat (usually vegetable oil) will be increased. In order to obtain the taste and taste similar to that of milk, about 10% corn syrup will be added. Compared with milk powder, the “low protein and high fat” of milk essence does not conform to the “healthy diet” pursued by modern people.

Hydrogenated vegetable oil in milk essence contains a lot of trans fatty acids, but its harm is not very big. It is generally believed that the intake of less than 2G of trans fatty acids per day has no significant impact on human health, so it is allowed to have a certain amount of trans fatty acids in food. If the cream is only used as a coffee whitening agent, it is difficult for the human body to consume more than 2 grams per day.

However, if you drink the cream or use it as a raw material to make other foods, such as pearl milk tea, puffs, cream cake, cream bread biscuits, fast food, etc., it is possible to eat too much trans fatty acids, which is not good for the human body. Excessive intake of trans fatty acids may increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction, arteriosclerosis, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, liver damage, obesity and infertility.