4 food groups not recommended to eat with fresh oysters Because it affects health

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Oysters are a very popular seafood in Thailand. Because they are rich in essential nutrients for the body, such as protein, vitamins, minerals, etc. However, fresh oysters still have a risk of food poisoning. If consumed together with certain foods Therefore, you should avoid taking them together as follows:

4 food groups not recommended to eat with fresh oysters Because it affects health
  • Alcohol: Drinking alcohol with raw oysters can cause the body to absorb the alcohol more quickly. Resulting in feeling more intoxicated than usual. In addition, alcohol may damage liver function. The liver is responsible for eliminating toxins from the body. Therefore, it can make food poisoning symptoms more severe.
  • Drinks with a sour taste Sour beverages such as lemon juice, orange juice, tamarind juice, etc., may destroy the protein in fresh oysters. This makes it more difficult for the body to absorb protein. Additionally, the acid in the drink may stimulate the stomach. Can cause colic and abdominal distension.
  • Foods that have a cooling effect Oysters already have a cooling effect. If eaten together with foods that have a cooling effect, such as cucumber, kale, Chinese cabbage, etc., it may cause the body to cool down too much. Resulting in bloating and flatulence.
  • Foods that are high in fat Eating oysters with foods that are high in fat, such as fried foods, stir-fried foods,สมัคร ufabet etc., can make it harder for your body to digest the food. Resulting in bloating and flatulence.

In addition, people with chronic diseases such as liver disease, kidney disease, immunodeficiency, and diabetes should avoid eating raw oysters. Because you may be exposed to germs and toxins that may affect your health.

How to eat oysters safely

For safety in eating fresh oysters Always buy oysters from a reliable source. Keep an eye on the fresh oysters. The shell is tightly closed and not broken. Raw oysters should not be eaten. Should be cooked before eating. Using heat of at least 74 degrees Celsius for at least 1 minute so that germs and toxins are destroyed.