With the improvement of people’s life concept and the enhancement of health awareness, fruit has become the second choice for people after eating. Fruits are rich in vitamins and plenty of water to supplement the body’s nutrients.
First, what harm does it take to eat fruit after a meal?
1. After the food enters the body, it will stay in the stomach for 1-2 hours and then enter the small intestine for absorption. If you eat fruit immediately after a meal, it will prevent the absorption of food in the small intestine, leading to indigestion.
2, eating fruit immediately after a meal, will reduce the digestion and absorption capacity of the small intestine, leading to the body’s digestive system disorder. Over time, this can lead to a variety of other diseases.
3, the fruit contains a lot of fructose, and the human body will ferment food, produce a lot of gas, it is easy to cause bloating, snoring or stomach upset.
Second, how long does it take to eat fruit after a meal?
Since the fruit that is eaten immediately after a meal is not good for the body, how long does it take to eat the fruit after all the intervals? Some people say that for an hour, someone says two hours. In fact, there is no prescribed time to look at individual physique. If the digestive system is good and there is fast food absorption, you can eat fruit within one hour after a meal. If the body’s digestive system itself is relatively weak and the rate of absorption of food is slow, it is recommended to eat fruit two hours after a meal.
Which fruit is better after eating?
1.Grapefruit. Grapefruit has the effect of strengthening the spleen and stomach, clearing the intestines and defecation. Eating grapefruit after a meal can promote digestion and even achieve weight loss.
2. Apple. Apple is rich in pectin, which has low calories. After eating apples, it can help break down fat and play a digestive role.
3.Kiwi. Kiwifruit contains proteolytic enzymes that help break down food in the stomach into small amino acids that the body can absorb, reducing the amount of fatyouaccumulate.