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What does frost fall eat? Cooked apples cure diarrhea

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

frost fall season is in late autumn, which is the season of frequent diarrhea in autumn. This symptom is generally caused by rotavirus, mostly in infants and young children, and adults may also have diarrhea due to the cold weather. According to the advice of health experts, you can eat some cooked apples to prevent diarrhea in frost season, so let the old yellow calendar introduce it to you.


there is a health formula that says: "pears are good for moistening lungs and resolving phlegm, and apples have high anti diarrhea nutrition". The frost season is in late autumn, and diarrhea is not uncommon. Health experts suggest that people can eat some apples at this time to stop diarrhea.


apples contain a lot of organic acids, including tannic acid, coagulant acid and other components, which have a good astringent effect. Pectin and cellulose can absorb bacteria and toxins, inhibit and eliminate bacterial toxins, so they can stop diarrhea; Fiber and organic acid can stimulate the intestines and make the stool soft and unobstructed, so apple can both stop diarrhea and defecate.

therefore, people need to pay attention to the way of eating apples to stop diarrhea. Fresh apples have the effect of defecation. Eating them in case of diarrhea is easy to aggravate the symptoms; Cooked apples should have a good antidiarrheal effect. To stop diarrhea, cooked apples should be eaten every few hours to soften cellulose and alleviate intestinal peristalsis.

however, cooked apples only have a certain adjuvant therapeutic effect on simple mild diarrhea. If the symptoms of diarrhea are still serious, you should see a doctor as soon as possible and follow the doctor's advice.

in addition, people who often eat apples have a higher chance of tooth damage than ordinary people. Therefore, people with bad teeth had better eat less apples, or rinse their mouth immediately after eating apples.

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