5 Effective excercies for Jawline 

Nutrient content is often altered during cooking 

Cooking food improves digestion and increases the absorption of many nutrients.

Boiling, simmering, and poaching 

Boiling, simmering, and poaching are similar methods of water-based cooking. 

Grilling and broiling 

Grilling and broiling are similar methods of cooking with dry heat. 

Microwaving 

Microwaving is an easy, convenient, and safe method of cooking. 

Roasting and baking 

Roasting and baking refer to cooking food in an oven with dry heat. 

Sautéing and stir-frying 

With sautéing and stir-frying, food is cooked in a saucepan over medium to high heat in a small amount of oil or butter. 

Frying 

Frying cooks food in lots of fat, usually oil, at high temperatures. Often, batter or bread crumbs cover food. 

Steaming 

A good way to preserve nutrients, especially water-soluble vitamins, is to steam.

Also See

How Cooking Affects the Nutrient Content of Foods