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Although deep-fried foods are very popular, the safety of oxidized frying oil (OFO), which is ingested with fried food, is a concern. Consequently, food safety regulations in many countries set an upper limit of 25% polar compounds (PC). The PC comprise all oxidatively altered components in used oils; they may be regarded as a xenobiotic or endocrine-disrupting chemical, as they activate PPAR and induce expression of detoxifying cytochrome P450 monoxygenase and phase II conjugation enzymes todoi:10.18103/mra.v4i8.911 fatcat:g7nko7xqhbevhlt56v7zyymobi