Excessive consumption of coarse grains is not good for health
At present, eating coarse grains has become a fashion, but Lu Yumin, a doctor of medicine at Zhengzhou University, cautioned that coarse grains should not be consumed in excess, otherwise it will affect health.
In some large supermarkets in Zhengzhou, the prices of Wowotou, Xiaomi Rice, and Babao Porridge continued to rise; some unit restaurants also added coarse grains such as cornmeal.
The coarse grains that once retired from the “second line” have begun to return to the table.
The so-called coarse grains mainly include corn, millet, purple rice, sorghum, oats, buckwheat, wheat bran and various dried beans in cereals, such as soybeans, green beans, red beans, and mung beans.
Lu Yumin said that because of the simple processing, the coarse grains do preserve many nutrients that are not in the fine grains. The size is estimated to be more fiber and contain B vitamins.
However, excessive consumption of coarse grains cannot promote digestion at all, which in turn affects the digestive and absorption functions of the human body. Excessive accumulated fiber can cause acute symptoms such as tandem connection and dehydration.
For pregnant women, lactating women, and children in growing stages, the dangers of overdose of coarse grains are most obvious.
In addition, dietary fiber also has the effect of interfering with drug absorption, which can reduce the efficacy of certain hypolipidemic and antipsychotic drugs.
Lu Yumin said that there are three ways to eat coarse grains: 1.
Eat coarse grains and drink plenty of water in a timely manner.
Because the precipitated fiber in coarse grains needs to be backed up by excess water to ensure continuous normal work.
Eat whole grains step by step.
Sudden increases or decreases in the intake of whole grains can cause internal reactions.
Eat whole grains with amaranth.
When preparing food every day, in addition to taking into account the taste, you should also consider the combination of meat and vegetables to balance your diet.