Persimmons are very popular in autumn and winter. Persimmon cakes and various snacks made with persimmons are very tasty for children and the elderly. But we also should know some things to pay attention to when eating persimmons, so what are the attentions when eating persimmon? Topshare has compiled ten taboos when eating persimmons.
Persimmon should not be eaten with crab
Crabs are rich in protein. Combined with the tannins of persimmons, it is easy to precipitate into non-digestible substances. Because tannins have an astringent effect, they can also inhibit the secretion of digestive juices, causing coagulated substances to remain in the intestine and ferment, causing food poisoning symptoms such as vomiting, bloating and diarrhea in the eater; if stomach stones appear, mild abdominal pain. In severe cases, gastrointestinal irritation can cause gastric bleeding, gastritis and gastric ulcers, and even cause gastric perforation life-threatening.
Do not eat persimmons when drinking alcohol
Do not eat persimmons when drinking alcohol. It is not appropriate to eat both together. Protein foods react with the persimmons to form clots. It is difficult to digest and difficult to excrete. After the wine enters the stomach, the intestinal secretion increases, and persimmon tannic acid meets gastric acid to form a viscous substance, which is easily tangled with cellulose to form stones, causing intestinal obstruction.
Diabetes and chronic stomach diseases should not eat persimmons
The high sugar of persimmons is not good for the treatment of diabetes and chronic stomach diseases. Tannin in persimmons can affect the absorption of iron and is not good for the treatment of patients with iron deficiency anemia. In addition, weak patient, and recovery after illness, postpartum women and those with too much acid should also not eat persimmons.
Can not eat persimmon peel
Some people feel that chewing persimmon peel while eating persimmon is more flavorful than eating persimmon alone. In fact, this way of eating is unscientific. Because most of the tannic acid in persimmons is concentrated on the peel. If eaten together with the peel, it is more likely to form stomach stones.
Tannic acid in persimmons can form compounds that cannot be absorbed by the body with calcium, zinc, magnesium, iron and other minerals in food, making these nutrients less. Therefore, eating more persimmons can easily lead to these mineral deficiencies. And because persimmon contains more sugar, which will affect appetite and reduce the intake of meals. It is believed that it is advisable to eat no more than 200 grams of persimmon each time.
Gargle after eating
Persimmons are high in sugar and contain pectin. After eating persimmons, a part of them will always remain in the mouth, especially in the interdental. In addition, weak acidic tannic acid can easily cause erosion of teeth and form dental caries. Therefore, it is advisable to drink a few sips of water after eating persimmons, or to gargle in time.
Persimmon should not be eaten with date-plum, hawthorn, oranges, and pomegranates
These fruits (especially unripe fruits) have a high tannic acid content. Tannic acid can form tannic acid protein after contact with gastric acid. Difficult to dissolve in water, deposit in the stomach, and then coagulate with pectin and plant fiber to form a stomach stone.