Pressure cooking has many health benefits. Were you ever in the kitchen and when your mother, grandmother or aunt used a pressure cooker to make delicious meals?
You may think that this was a way to cook "Back in the day" or only for beans. The modern pressure cookers of today can produce succulent,delicious, and more importantly nutritional meals for your family in a fraction of the time.
Because pressure cooking uses the steam from the liquids used in your favorite recipes, the vitamins and nutrients are preserved in the food instead of being "cooked out" as they are in traditional boiling, baking or frying.
Your meals are a lot healthier because the ingredients you put in a pressure cooking are fresh, whole, natural foods not that processed junk that
James Oliver of "The Food Revolution"
warns us about. When you eat healthier, you'll have more energy,less weight gain, lower sodium, and lower cholesterol levels as well. Eating healthy can lower the health risks for your family,
such as Diabetes,Childhood Obesity
, High Blood Pressure, etc. The other great benefits is that you can control the amount of salt and other ingredients which you wouldn't be able to do with processed foods.
Cooking recipes, that are low in fat, salt, and carbohydrates are easy to prepare in as pressure cooker, and the foods turn out delicious. When using a pressure cooker for many meals you tend to make more vegetables because its easy, efficient, and tasty. You may even enjoy your vegetables without a great deal of butter or salt. Think of all the health benefits in that alone.
You can even make your desserts in the pressure cooker. You can make homemade applesauce, cheesecake, pumpkin pie and cinnamon and apple flan with maple syrup. The difference is you can choose the fresh ingredient that goes into your dessert. The dessert list of ingredients will definitely read clearer than than the label on your grocery store pie.
Go ahead, use a pressure cooker to put your family on the path to better health.