Vockets generally refer to cabbage, and cabbage belongs to cold and damp food. Therefore, the overall cooling nature. People with cold and damp constitutions should not be eaten too much, otherwise it may cause gastrointestinal discomfort, diarrhea, abdominal pain and other symptoms, weak spleen and stomach, and yang deficiency constitutionThe crowd is not recommended to consume too much, otherwise it may lead to worsening the condition.
1. Spleen and stomach weakness: Due to the cool cabbage, too much intake may cause the weak spleen and stomach, and it is easy to cause symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, etc.
2. Yang deficiency constitution: Because cabbage is cold food, for people with yang deficiency constitution, if you consume excessive intake, it may lead to increased cold in the body, thereby aggravating the symptoms of yang deficiency, which is not conducive to physical recovery;
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3. Black spleen and stomach: Because of rich dietary fiber in cabbage, too much eating may increase the burden on the gastrointestinal tract, leading to symptoms such as indigestion. Therefore, people with weak spleen and stomach are not recommended to eat too much;
4. Pregnant women: Pregnant women are special constitutions and need to consume enough nutrition, and cabbage contains a lot of dietary fiber. Therefore, pregnant women are not recommended to eat curly cabbage during pregnancy, so as not to cause symptoms such as abdominal pain and diarrhea, which is not conducive to fetal health.
Cross -cabbage is rich in vitamins and a variety of trace elements. Eating rolls of cabbage during pregnancy can supplement nutrition and improve physical resistance.At the same time, the cabbage also contains a lot of dietary fiber, which can promote gastrointestinal motility, prevent and improve constipation.Although curly cabbage has high nutritional value, it cannot be eaten too much, and the diet is balanced to avoid physical discomfort.
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