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Nutrition experts say that eating bitter foods are beneficial for human health, good for the heart, brain, promoting appetite, ...

Balancing tastes

Foods have five tastes that are sour, spicy, salty, sweet and bitter. You should balance five tastes in your daily meals. However, people tend to use salty and sweet tastes in daily diet. This will lead to many diseases, causing poor health and making resistance reduced. To change the imbalance of the tastes in the meal, experts advise people to increase the consumption of bitter foods.

Promoting appetite

The bitter taste can stimulate the taste of the tongue, impacting on the cranial nerves, increasing the salivation, and it also causes the secretion of gastric and bile juices. After all these effects are combined, it will improve the appetite and promote the digestion. It is very beneficial to enhance the strength and improve the immunity.

Description: Bitter foods have many benefits for your health

Bitter foods have many benefits for your health

Good for the heart and brain

Bitter foods contain a large amount of theobromine and caffeine, which can make people feel refreshed and relaxed after eating. So, they can help you not only relax in the hot summer, but also restore energy.

According to traditional medicine, bitter foods can reduce the stress on the brain, helping you have a sound mind and better your function of the brain.

Releasing heat and removing toxins in the body

In traditional medicine, bitter foods play an important role in the removal of dysphoria due to excessive heat in the body. Releasing the temperature of the body and relaxing bowel not only reduce the fever but also make toxins excreted out of the body. This helps the body avoid the risk of hemorrhoids and reduce the incidence of some other diseases.

Promoting hematopoietic function

Bitter foods can maintain the normal conditions and the balance of bacteria in the intestinal tract. This function inhibits the harmful bacteria and helps the beneficial bacteria that can help improve the function of the intestinal tract, especially hematopoietic function of bone marrow and the intestinal tract.

Description: Bitter foods can maintain the normal conditions and the balance of bacteria in the intestinal tract

Bitter foods can maintain the normal conditions and the balance of bacteria in the intestinal tract

Preventing and treating cancer

Scientific research found that bitter foods contain a large amount of vitamin B17 which has a strong ability to kill cancer cells.

Reducing pain

According to Oriental medicine, bitter foods have negative properties, causing the buzz, stimulating the digestion. Consuming bitter foods is very good because they help reduce fever, reduce and excrete toxins through urine.

Although bitter foods have many benefits for your health, you should not eat too much. Eating too many bitter foods will easily cause nausea, stomach irritated …

So, you should combine these foods with others to enrich your daily diet.

 
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