It's the golden season to eat persimmons in every year's nineties. Sweet persimmons are the favorite of many people, but they can't be eaten together with many foods. Which foods can match the persimmons? Today, let Xiaobian explain the knowledge about persimmons in detail for you.
Persimmon is rich in carotene, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, iron and so on. It has a sweet taste and is very popular with people. However, there are many reports about diarrhea, stomach stones and other diseases caused by excessive consumption of persimmon. In fact, these are caused by improper consumption of persimmon. When eating persimmon, attention should be paid to its dietary taboo.
1. Persimmons can't be eaten with anything
(1) Not with crabs
Persimmon and crab can inhibit the secretion of digestive fluid and affect health. In addition, because both of them belong to cool food, they can cause gastrointestinal diseases after eating, so they should not be eaten together. The tannic acid in persimmon can form a kind of sediment together with protein and calcium salt in fish, shrimp and other foods, and can stimulate organs such as gastrointestinal tract, which is easy to cause nausea and constipation.
(2) Not with Octopus
Octopus smells sweet, salty and cold. It is nontoxic. Its medicine is cold and does not leak. It can nourish blood and Qi. Persimmon is sweet and astringent, because it belongs to cold medicine, so two things can not be eaten together, otherwise it will damage intestinal absorption and lead to diarrhea. At the same time, octopus is also a high protein food. When protein meets tannin in persimmon, it is easy to coagulate into tannin protein, which can gather in the stomach and intestines, causing vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea and other symptoms. It can be seen that persimmons should not be eaten immediately after eating rich protein food.
(3) Not with kelp
Kelp and persimmon with more tannic acid can be eaten together. Calcium ion in kelp can combine with tannic acid in persimmon and other fruits to form insoluble combination, which will affect the digestion and absorption of some nutrients and cause gastrointestinal discomfort. Therefore, kelp is not suitable to be eaten together with persimmon and other fruits.
(4) Not with sweet potato
The fermentation of sweet potato in the stomach can make the tannin and cellulose in persimmon precipitate rapidly, affect the normal function of the stomach, and may lead to intestinal obstruction.
(5) Not to eat on an empty stomach
When hungry, the concentration of gastric acid is high, while persimmon contains a lot of tannin, colloid, soluble astringent and other components. If it meets with high concentration of gastric acid, it may form stone. If the stone becomes large, it will block the pylorus, increase the gastric pressure, cause stomach distention and stomachache, and in serious cases, it will cause stomach stone, gastric ulcer, gastric hemorrhage, gastric perforation and other diseases.