Golden autumn and October are the best season for eating crabs, but there are many things to pay attention to when eating crabs! Generally speaking, you can't drink tea when eating crabs. The ingredients between crabs and tea are prone to adverse reactions. Eating them together will easily cause discomfort and be harmful to health.
Can I have tea after eating crabs?
It's better not to drink tea to eat crabs.
Many people like to drink a cup of tea after eating hairy crabs to help digestion. In fact, this is a very wrong way. Because when eating hairy crabs, drinking tea will dilute the gastric juice, not only can't help digestion, but also hinder digestion and reduce the bactericidal effect of gastric juice. In addition, there are a lot of tannic acid in the tea, and hairy crab is a high protein food. Tannic acid and protein will coagulate into a non digestible tannic protein together, causing abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea and other symptoms.
How long can I have tea after eating crabs It's better to drink strong tea in four hours.
Eating crabs can't drink strong tea at the same time because:
1. There are some bacteria in the crab feet and gills. Drinking vinegar can kill them. Our gastric juice also has a certain bactericidal ability. But after drinking tea, it will dilute the gastric juice.
2. Like persimmon, tea also contains tannic acid, which may cause gastrointestinal discomfort. Gastric emptying time is about 4-6 hours, so drink strong tea after 4 hours.