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Recommendations and contraindications for the use of radishes: all the pros and cons


Radish is a vegetable unique in its useful properties. It helps with a lack of vitamins in the body, cleanses the intestines, helps with weight loss.

Radishes are a great way to "unload" your body, rid it of toxins and toxins. But this vegetable is not always recommended for consumption, the list of restrictions is quite large, so before you start crunching radishes, you need to familiarize yourself with all the features.

At what age should you include radishes in your diet?

Children do not like this vegetable, as it has a specific bitter taste. For many babies, radishes cause bloating and intestinal problems. By the way, the use of radishes is allowed for children after two years... In the period before this, the root crop can only do harm. It is better to give it to small children in finely chopped form, add a little to fresh vegetable salads.

Remember to monitor your child's reactions. If he complains of colic and bloating, stop feeding your baby radishes immediately. By the way, the root vegetable causes a similar reaction in some adults, so be careful.

Indications and contraindications

The root vegetable is indicated for various kinds of vitamin deficiencies. It can be eaten by people who need replenishment of various kinds of substances.

  1. You can eat radishes:
    • With a lack of vitamins of group B, C, PP.
    • For diabetes and obesity.
    • For constipation.
    • With a lack of magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium, iron and calcium in the body.
    • For anemia and circulatory problems.
    • With a cold.
    • With urolithiasis and problems with the gallbladder.
  2. But the list of restrictions for radish is also impressive. Consider who should not use it and for what diseases:
    • With exacerbations of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
    • With diseases of the thyroid gland.
    • With an ulcer, pancreatitis in acute stages.
    • For severe intestinal infections.
    • With hypervitaminosis.
    • When a goiter appears.
    • With irritation of the mucous membrane.
    • With exacerbations of gastritis
    • Pregnant and lactating mothers.
  3. There is also a list of those who are entitled to radish, but with restrictions. It is necessary to use carefully:
    • Children from two to seven years old.
    • After operations on the gastrointestinal tract.
    • After exacerbation of various diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and kidneys.
    • With cholecystitis.
    • For allergic reactions in the spring.
    • For complications caused by poisoning.

Can you eat a root vegetable at night?

Many people like to crunch radishes before going to bed in order to somehow satisfy their hunger and rid themselves of the unpleasant feeling of emptiness in the stomach. Really, radish helps to lose weight, but you should not overeat it for everyone who wants to get rid of extra pounds.

It is definitely worth remembering that radishes can irritate the intestines, and at night the mucous membrane should not receive an unnecessary load. Also, radishes can provoke severe abdominal pain, which begins with mild colic, then, after a few hours, bloating forms, which will prevent you from falling asleep.

So that it is better to limit yourself to eating radishes in the evening - for dinner, you can add a little to the salad and season with olive oil... By the way, there are modern studies that prove that mustard essential oil can increase appetite, which means that after the radish you will want to eat something else, but more "solid".

Influence on the body

During pregnancy

If you are expecting a baby, then watch your diet doubly. Frequent consumption of radishes is best avoided during pregnancy. You can eat it in small quantities as an additional ingredient in salads.

In the later stages, radishes are not at all recommended to be consumed., as it can harm not only the mother's body, but also create problems in the still forming body of the baby.

The fact is that radish contains mustard essential substances that irritate the mucous membranes of the stomach.

During lactation

It is worth refraining from eating the root vegetable, as the milk can be bitter, which will cause rejection in the baby. It is best to limit the use of all specific vegetables during this period - even cabbage and carrots.

Read about the use of radishes for breastfeeding here.

In childhood

Radish can be consumed from two years old, and even better - three years old. It is better to teach by adding a little to salads and as vegetables - components of a side dish. You can cut it into thin rings, sprinkle with a little salt.

About whether it is possible to give radishes to a child is written in this article.

Use for diseases

Gastritis

It is forbidden to eat radishes if a person has an aggravated form of gastritis. Despite its beneficial properties for the stomach, radish can strongly irritate its mucous membrane, which will negatively affect the body. Also, do not forget that gastritis requires dietary nutrition, you can not load yourself with foods that can cause bloating, provoke an increase in the amount of gastric juice. Abuse of radishes during an exacerbation of gastritis guarantees abdominal cramps, cutting pains, discomfort in the throat, and sometimes even bouts of nausea.

Pancreatitis

Is it possible or not to use radishes for pancreatitis? If the patient has an aggravated phase, then the radish produces even more juice in the pancreas, as well as bile, which secretes enzymes that negatively affect the gland. You need to be careful about your diet: no more than 100 grams of the product are permissible only in the absence of an exacerbation of the disease.

Gout

It is permissible to consume a small amount of radish and not more often than once a day. With gout, you need to drink a lot, therefore radish and carrot juice in equal proportions will not do harm.

Diabetes

For diabetes mellitus, radish is extremely useful. It helps to get rid of excess sugar in the body and has a general healing effect. In this case, you can not only eat the vegetable raw, but also use fresh juices and smoothies based on it. In combination with carrots, broccoli, seaweed, it has only a positive effect.

Peptic ulcer and duodenal ulcer

You need to be careful about eating radishes. Since the gastric mucosa is irritated, and the substances in the composition of the root vegetable can "provoke" it even more. It is necessary to consult with your doctor who will prescribe an individual menu. And, if he decides that radish is acceptable in the diet, only then can it be eaten.

Liver pathology

It is not the radish itself that is recommended, but a decoction from its tops. To do this, you need to take young leaves, pour two glasses of water, sweeten it a little with sugar and then drink it twice a day. Helps cleanse the liver of harmful substances. The fruit itself can be eaten, but in small quantities. It is enough to chop a couple of small radishes into a salad of fresh vegetables.

Possible consequences

If you try not to limit yourself, but at the same time have serious diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, kidneys, pancreas, then get ready for an exacerbation of the above diseases. In everything you need to know when to stop.

In addition, if you eat radishes uncontrollably, and you have problems with the thyroid gland, then goiter and serious complications are possible. Eating radishes at night can lead to bloating, aggravated abdominal pain, and unpleasant colic. Also, we do not recommend often eating radishes for pregnant women, babies under two years old and nursing mothers.

With great benefits, this bright root vegetable, which has an amazing bitterness in taste, will not be to everyone's liking and liking. Thoroughly watch your diet and do not exacerbate your sores... Of course, radish will help fill the lack of vitamins and iron, it is useful for obesity, constipation, anemia and diabetes. But in everything there should be a norm, and it is best to talk to your doctor and find out how much of this root vegetable your body can withstand.


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