Many people who love hot pots are prone to nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain and other symptoms of dyspepsia due to improper eating habits. Here are some of the health (health food) methods for eating hot pot.
In the order of the pot, the raw and cooked are different.
Eat side by side, steaming, hot pot brings a huge satisfaction to the diners. And many health hazards are often found in this section. Many people are eager to eat fresh and not to master the heat, especially the raw meat and raw fish are often cooked in the pan and immediately fished out. At this time, those pathogens or parasitic eggs that are parasitic in the meat are usually directly in the digestive tract of the human body without being killed, and are easily caused by diseases such as gastrointestinal infections.
In addition, the tableware used for sandwiching and holding raw food should be separated from the tableware directly imported, and should not be mixed with raw materials to avoid contamination with germs.
It is recommended that hot pot diners should pay attention to the order of raw food, first eat vegetables and then eat meat, eat more food. The product should be boiled in a hot soup to reduce the possibility of gastrointestinal diseases.
Food mix, hot and cold often
In general, the dishes that are removed from the hot pot are very hot, and accidentally burns the oral and esophageal mucosa. Many people will drink a large glass of cold beer or frozen drinks because they are afraid of hot, but such a cold and hot, it is easy to cause indigestion in the stomach, causing diarrhea and constipation.
Therefore, it is recommended not to be too anxious when eating hot pot. If you want to eat good food, you should first eat cold seasonings and do not eat too hot food. In addition, you should also eat as little as possible of frozen drinks, choose vegetable juice, yogurt, etc., to stimulate the secretion of gastrointestinal and help digestion.
Avoid irritating, fresh and spicy
Many people like spicy hot pot bottoms and ingredients. It is not known that excessive eating will increase the stimulation of the throat and gastrointestinal tract, which may lead to sore throat, stomach ulcer, gastritis, diarrhea and other digestive diseases.
Some hot pot spicy seasonings are also very irritating to the digestive tract. It is recommended that patients with digestive tract diseases (such as stomach problems, constipation or diarrhea) should eat these seasonings as little as possible. Those with respiratory diseases (such as tuberculosis, throat inflammation, allergic asthma, etc.) should not eat irritating spicy seasonings. It is suitable to choose lighter vinegar, sesame oil (oil food) and other lighter ingredients.
Appropriate, there is a meal
When people eat hot pot, they tend to get together, and while eating and talking, it is easy to ignore the time of eating. In fact, sitting on a hot pot for a long time will greatly increase the burden on the digestive tract. As the stomach continuously receives food, the digestive juices such as gastric juice, bile, and pancreatic juice are continuously secreted, and the glands of the digestive tract cannot rest normally. Many people suffer from gastrointestinal dysfunction due to eating too much, too complicated, and symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea, and even acute gastroenteritis, cholecystitis and even pancreatitis. Therefore, it is recommended to pay attention to controlling the meal time when eating hot pot. It is not advisable to eat for several hours in a row.