Common sense of seafood: dietary taboos for shrimp

Time:2020-08-21 14:19:44  Source:  Author:


 Shrimp is a kind of seafood food that we often eat in our lives. No one can deny the nutritional value of shrimp. So do you know what to pay attention to when eating shrimp? What can't you eat with shrimp?

Shrimp is rich in protein and calcium and other nutrients. Avoid eating with fruits that contain tannic acid, such as grapes, pomegranates, hawthorn, and persimmon. This will not only reduce the nutritional value of protein, but also combine tannic acid and calcium acid to form tannin. Calcium acid will irritate the intestines and stomach, causing discomfort, vomiting, dizziness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Eat at least 2 hours apart.
In addition, the mother-to-be should remove the shrimp thread on the back of the shrimp when making shrimp. This is the waste of the shrimp that has not been excreted. The muddy smell in the mouth will affect the appetite. It should be noted that mothers-to-be who are allergic to seafood and suffering from allergic diseases (allergic rhinitis, allergic dermatitis, allergic purpura, etc.) should also eat carefully. That's right, the nutritional value of shrimp is higher than that of many fish, and it is the top grade for calcium supplement.
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1. It is more suitable for middle-aged and elderly people, pregnant women, patients with cardiovascular disease, impotence of kidney, male infertility, waist and foot weakness; at the same time, it is suitable for people with calf cramps caused by calcium deficiency in middle-aged and elderly people.  
2. Shrimp should not be eaten by people with chronic diseases and when they are getting angry; physique allergies, such as allergic rhinitis, bronchitis, and elderly people with recurrent allergic dermatitis should not eat shrimp; in addition, shrimp is a kind of animal Those with skin scabies are not to eat.

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