Benzo pyrene can be inhaled, eaten, absorbed through the skin and other ways into the human body, causing cancer. The nearest benzo pyrene is cigarette smoke, followed by kitchen fume. Barbecued and smoked food, roasted mutton skewers and Fried dough sticks, out of the smoke with a large number of benzo pyrene, mutton skewers and Fried dough sticks also have this strong carcinogen.
The benzo pyrene content in burnt foods is 10-20 times higher than in normal foods. Nevertheless, as long as we pay attention to cooking do not let the oil temperature is too high, pay attention to the kitchen ventilation, timely start lampblack machine, etc., can prevent the production of benzo pyrene.