Now is the season when persimmons are mature.Persimmons are very seasonal fruits, mostly mature in autumn. This season’s persimmon is soft, glutinous, juicy, sweet and delicious. In addition, it has the effect of moisturizing the lungs and cough.Very favored by citizens.Shan Shan, the nutritionist of the Second Hospital of the Medical University, reminded that although the persimmons are delicious, don’t be greedy.
From the perspective of the nutritional components of persimmons, it mainly contains carbohydrates, including sucrose, glucose, fructose, etc., as well as a small amount of protein, a variety of minerals and vitamins, as well as healthy plant active substances.The vitamin content of persimmons is rich in vitamin content, such as vitamin C content 1 to 2 times higher than ordinary fruits. Vitamin C has the effects of preventing gum bleeding, antioxidant, and enhancing immunity.Persimmon is also rich in water -containing dietary fiber. It has a good intestinal moisturizing and laxative effect, which helps keep the intestinal flora growing normally.In addition, persimmons contain more organic acids and tannic acid, which can stimulate intestinal peristalsis, help gastrointestinal digestion, and appropriate consumption can increase appetite.The persimmon is cold, has the effects of clearing heat and quenching thirst, moisturizing the lungs, cough, and cooling blood. Eating persimmons in autumn can effectively alleviate the dry and dry and lung heat caused by dryness in autumn.
As the saying goes, persimmons must be softened.Choose persimmons to choose cooked, soft, and there will be astringent taste without mature persimmons.The source of the substance that causes the astringent flavor of persimmon is tannic acid. After tannic acid reaches the stomach, it will contact the stomach acid, which will form an insoluble sediment, and it will also adsorb the food residue in the stomach to form persimmon stones.If the persimmon stone is relatively small, it can be excreted through the intestine; if medium size, it may be blocked in the intestine; if the persimmon stone is large, it will still stay in the stomach and constantly stimulate the gastric mucosa, causing gastric ulcers.
Nutrients suggest that citizens can eat 1 to 2 persimmons a day.In order to reduce the stimulation of the gastrointestinal, do not eat persimmons on an empty stomach.For some special groups, eating persimmons should be based on their own situation. Diabetes patients, patients with chronic gastric diseases, and patients who have healed after the disease must control the amount.(Reporter Zhuang Yuan)
Source: Tonight News