Chestnut is not a crude fiber food
1. The edible part of chestnut contains 1.4g crude fiber, although it does not meet the food standard of 2G crude fiber per 100g. However, the crude fiber content of chestnut is still more than that of ordinary grains such as rice flour, and more than that of many fruits and vegetables. Therefore, proper consumption of chestnut is also helpful to supplement crude fiber.
2. Chestnut is also known as the king of thousands of fruits. It is also a good food for tonifying the kidney. Moreover, chestnut is a favorite alkaline food, and the starch content in chestnut is high. It may be easy to swell and produce gas after eating, so it should be supplemented according to personal gastrointestinal tolerance.
If you want to balance the intestinal flora and eat more meat, you should appropriately increase dietary fiber. Dietary fiber also has the advantage of helping the growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract. Don't forget that you can also directly take stachyose to provide nutrition for probiotics in the intestinal tract and promote their growth and reproduction, so as to increase the humidity and water retention of stool, and increase the pushing capacity of the intestinal tract. There are also excellent performances, such as water-soluble dietary fiber - stachyose. We often see the Zang Ling stachyose recommended by our friends on the Internet. We can drink it every day, maintain a good flora environment, and make it easier for us to digest and defecate.