As the saying goes, "July peaches, August hawthorns, September chestnuts laugh haha." I believe that many people have heard this proverb. You should be familiar with chestnuts too. Chestnuts, also called Chinese chestnuts, mature in autumn and are a good health food at that time. Both raw and cooked are edible, the raw one is crispy and sweet, and the cooked one is crispy and fragrant. But what should you pay attention to when eating chestnut? Tangshan Tiancheng Foods tells you!
Chestnut is difficult to digest, so it is not advisable to eat more at one time.
People often say that chestnuts are more fuller than rice. Why? It turns out that 100 grams of chestnut kernels can be peeled out for every 130 grams of cooked chestnuts, providing about 210 kcal of calories and 4.8 grams of protein, while 100 grams of cooked rice can only Supply 120 kilocalories and 2.6 grams of protein. That is to say, compared with cooked rice with the same weight of cooked chestnut kernels, chestnuts have less moisture and more dry goods. In addition, the dietary fiber in chestnuts is 4 times that of rice. Therefore, chestnuts have a stronger feeling of fullness and longer hungry resistance than rice. long.
In this way, chestnut is really difficult to digest, so remember not to eat too much at once. More importantly, it doesn't matter if chestnuts are eaten while they are hot. If they are eaten cold, they will be more difficult to digest. Because the starch in the Lianglizi wholesale will partially "regenerate", the retrograded starch simply passes through the small intestine, forming abdominal distension. Therefore, be careful when eating.
What can't chestnut be eaten with?
1. Chestnuts should not be mixed with beef. Eating too much can cause vomiting.
2. Lamb and chestnuts are incompatible with each other: both are not easy to digest, and they are not suitable for stewing and frying together, and eating together may also cause vomiting.
What should I pay attention to when eating chestnuts?
1. Those with constipation in pregnant women and children should not eat more chestnuts
2. Those suffering from blood diseases, such as vomiting blood, blood in the stool, etc., should eat chestnuts raw;
3. Because it contains more carbohydrates, people with diabetes should eat chestnuts appropriately;
4. Whether it is eaten raw, fried, or simmered, it must be chewed carefully and swallowed with body fluid to achieve a good effect.
5. People with deficiency of the spleen and stomach should not eat chestnuts raw. They should be simmered and fried. You can also use chestnuts, jujubes, tuckahoe, and rice to cook porridge.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact Tangshan chestnut kernel distributors.