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Old 09-18-2008, 03:16 PM   #1
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Is it true that hot food is more nutritious than cold food?

I'm sure ur parents have always forced u to eat food while it's still hot, claiming that food loses it's nutritional value as soon as it gets cold. Is there any truth to this tho? How about leftovers from the day before? Are those not as nutritious?

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Generally speaking heating UP food, makes the food lose nutritional value. My parents have never said anything about eating your food hot = good for you. Heating up food breaks down enzymes and what not. Left over = even less nutrition, although it might taste better..hehe.
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Raw food is always more nutritional than hot/cooked food.
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i once heard its harder for your body to absorb ice cold water than room temperature but i dont know how much it could possibly make a difference
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Don't believe that Chinese bullshit. Food is food - calories are calories, nutrients are nutrients. You can change them by cooking them, but they won't "go back to normal" when they get cold. Think about it - does a cooked egg turn back into liquid? Does a steak go raw again?

And the whole hot/cold water thing is bullshit too. It's all just tradition that people adhere to without thinking more of it.
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Don't believe that Chinese bullshit. Food is food - calories are calories, nutrients are nutrients. You can change them by cooking them, but they won't "go back to normal" when they get cold. Think about it - does a cooked egg turn back into liquid? Does a steak go raw again?

And the whole hot/cold water thing is bullshit too. It's all just tradition that people adhere to without thinking more of it.


warm drinks after an oily meal vs cold drinks?
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warm drinks after an oily meal vs cold drinks?
Why would that make a difference?

Cold drinks turn to warm drinks once you drink them.. Our bodies work to maintain a certain body temperature, and as long as you're not sitting in a freezer, it will do a pretty good job on whatever it is you drink and eat.
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SO UNTRUE! lol my mom confessed it is false LOL
ever heard of the raw food diet?
supposedly raw food (ew, obviously excluding meats) is healthier than cooked food
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SO UNTRUE! lol my mom confessed it is false LOL
ever heard of the raw food diet?
supposedly raw food (ew, obviously excluding meats) is healthier than cooked food
Yeah humans should never cook food.. makes you wonder why they invented fire in the first place!
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/\ We are meant to cook food actually, our systems have adapted over the years to require a healthy balance. Contrary to what the raw food diet may tell you - sometimes cooking/steaming is needed to increase nutritional value

Too much raw food will be hard on your digestive system, too much cooked food will lower your vitamin/mineral intake.

There is no perfect way of eating...blanket statements are the wrong way to go!
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Exactly! Eat some food cooked, eat some food raw.

But the question of the OP was whether cooked food 'loses nutrition' when it gets cold.
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yeah the cold/hot water is bullshit.

any drink u drink, hot or cold, typically within 5 seconds it cools to your body temperature.
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i once heard its harder for your body to absorb ice cold water than room temperature but i dont know how much it could possibly make a difference
this is true, it is better to drink, room temp water when you're exercising, as opposed to ice/cold water. True story =)
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this is true, it is better to drink, room temp water when you're exercising, as opposed to ice/cold water. True story =)
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How that I think about it, I've got a few points to add.

About the raw food thing.
Didt we learn in Bio 12 that all food gets broken down into their basic building blocks once they'r digested. Carbos to glucose, protein to amino acid, fat to glycerol/fatty acid, and DNA/RNA to nucleic acid. So it shouldnt really matter if we cook or eat raw. However, vitamins & other co-enzymes will be decomposed when cooked. So I guess it IS better to eat raw food.

About the hot/cold water
I think it does matter in the sense that cold water causes shock in the body while warm water does not. Eventually water will warm up but I guess during exercise, u dun wanna lose the body temperature that u worked so hard to build up.
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but, ya...theres no difference.
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Raw foods requires your body to work harder to break it down into the most fundamental building blocks. Too much raw foods can also be hard on your liver, again as it is required to work harder. Cold liquids after eating a fatty meal is usually not reccommended as it may solidify fats that you have just consumed.
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Raw foods requires your body to work harder to break it down into the most fundamental building blocks. Too much raw foods can also be hard on your liver, again as it is required to work harder. Cold liquids after eating a fatty meal is usually not reccommended as it may solidify fats that you have just consumed.
Are you retarded or did you just fail basic biology? Basic common sense would dictate that it's impossible for cold water to solidify fats in your stomach.
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About the hot/cold water
I think it does matter in the sense that cold water causes shock in the body while warm water does not. Eventually water will warm up but I guess during exercise, u dun wanna lose the body temperature that u worked so hard to build up.
Well, your body is sweating as a way to not overheat.
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Raw foods requires your body to work harder to break it down into the most fundamental building blocks. Too much raw foods can also be hard on your liver, again as it is required to work harder. Cold liquids after eating a fatty meal is usually not reccommended as it may solidify fats that you have just consumed.
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OK, it is a urban myth that fats solidy if you drink cold water after a meal, no need for the harsh comments. I apologize for the bad info. No one disagree that eating raw foods make your body work harder?
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Raw foods requires your body to work harder to break it down into the most fundamental building blocks. Too much raw foods can also be hard on your liver, again as it is required to work harder. Cold liquids after eating a fatty meal is usually not reccommended as it may solidify fats that you have just consumed.
I just lol'd... , Btw i remember hearing some people say when they mix cold drinks/milk with hot drinks/milk they get diarrhea .. i never had this happen to me but apparently some it has for some people..
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Raw foods requires your body to work harder to break it down into the most fundamental building blocks. Too much raw foods can also be hard on your liver, again as it is required to work harder. Cold liquids after eating a fatty meal is usually not reccommended as it may solidify fats that you have just consumed.
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this is true, it is better to drink, room temp water when you're exercising, as opposed to ice/cold water. True story =)
Yeah, when you are exercising , think of your heart as a hot pan, and when you drink ice cold water too suddenly, your heart will mess up real bad or something
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