Research has shown that while potato chips are delicious, they can have long-term harmful effects on your health. For example, the excess salt in it gradually raises the blood pressure level of the body which increases the chances of stroke and heart attack.
According to a report by the Mayo Clinic in the United States, eating extra chips can lead to a gradual rise in blood pressure, which in turn can lead to chronic hypertension.
Potato chips are one of the most processed foods, according to the American Cancer Association. It contains a chemical called acrylamide which contains carcinogenic elements. This carcinogen silently helps in the growth of cancer cells in the body.
Potato chips are high in trans fats, oils, salts and calories which can lead to rapid weight gain. Excess body fat and fat increases the cause of our beauty.
Long-term eating habits have a negative effect on human reproductive health, researchers say. Cholesterol and trans fats can increase the risk of infertility in women, according to a report from Harvard Medical School.
Potato chips can degrade physical health as well as mental health. A 2016 study conducted by the US National Library of Medicine found that trans fat can increase the risk of depression and mental depression.