It is said that the more lively and timid, listening to a serious taboo, the gallbladder to eat a persimmon is gone, but can not resist the feeling of wanting to eat persimmon. So let’s take a look at these enduring taboos related to persimmons. Is it true or not?
Can’t eat persimmon on an empty stomach?
If it is a persimmon that has not been dislocated, it is indeed risky, but now the persimmons we buy are mostly sweet persimmons or persimmons that have been artificially dislocated. The content of tannic acid is low and usually does not cause discomfort.
However, people with more gastric acid secretion and weaker gastrointestinal function should pay attention to the fact that eating persimmons on an empty stomach may still cause a certain degree of discomfort.
Can’t persimmons be eaten with high-protein foods?
Whether it’s yogurt, crabs, goose, eggs… these high-protein foods can be eaten with persimmons. As long as you eat the persimmon that has been dislocated, and do not eat too much, there is no problem.
Diabetes can’t eat persimmons?
Persimmon’s glycemic index is not high, but its sugar content is close to 20%, and the soft scent is sweet, it is easy to eat too much accidentally. For people who are not severely diabetic, persimmons can be eaten, but you must pay attention to the amount, and you can solve the problem. Or if you eat persimmon, you should eat less staple food.
What should I pay attention to when eating persimmons?
- Eat an appropriate amount, do not eat more than 1 to 2 medium-sized persimmons a day;
- Don’t eat persimmons that have not been dislocated, such as roadsides or so-called home-grown persimmons;
- Do not eat immature persimmons;
- People with weaker gastrointestinal function should try not to eat persimmons with astringency;
- If you feel strong discomfort after eating persimmon, you should seek medical advice promptly.