I should eat grapefruit today.
Today, in 1883, the first Orient Express departed from Paris, France. Today we will eat grapefruit, a fruit that is convenient to carry on the train.
Fruits are recommended to eat 200 to 350 grams per day. Today it is recommended to eat 1 grapefruit.
1 petal grapefruit, about 100 grams, you need to know the key figures:
Heat: 42 kcal;
Vitamin C: 23 mg, accounting for 23% of the daily recommended amount;
Glycemic index GI: 25.
October is the season when grapefruit is on the market. The grapefruit contains 89 grams of water per 100 grams of pulp, which is best for replenishing body moisture during the dry autumn and winter seasons. There is a little trick when picking grapefruit. The grapefruit is the same size. The heavier the weight, the higher the moisture content and the more fresh.
The yoghurt's calories are very low, 10 kilocalories lower than apples, suitable for people who need to lose weight. Grapefruit is a low-glycemic index food, especially suitable for people with high blood sugar or diabetes. Moreover, grapefruit has a much higher vitamin C content than apples. Taking advantage of the autumn grapefruit harvest, you must have a full meal.
Moreover, after the grapefruit has finished the pulp, the grapefruit skin can also be used for cooking, such as pomelo peel meat, pomelo peeled pork ribs, etc., and the grapefruit skin slices are cooked together with the meat, which not only increases the flavor of the dish, but also can be resolved. Greasy effect.
Picking grapefruit can consider the variety of grapefruit in advance, because the vitamin C content of different kinds of grapefruit varies greatly. From the content of vitamin C in every 100 grams of pulp, red heart pomelo has 34 mg, Shatian pomelo has 89.1 mg, and Jiangba pomelo has 123.2 mg.
Some varieties of grapefruit (such as grapefruit) contain naringin, furocoumarin, etc., which will lead to abnormal metabolism of drugs in the body, thus changing the efficacy.
Patients who are taking antihypertensive drugs (calcium channel antagonists), statin hypolipidemic drugs, certain sedative sleeping pills, antiarrhythmic drugs, etc., do not eat grapefruit during the medication. If you are taking the medicine and it is not easy to confirm, it is best to consult the attending doctor.
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Master of Nutrition, State University of New York at Buffalo, Xu Mingjie
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