"When the autumn wind rises, crab feet itch", it's a good time to eat crabs again! But some rumors about crabs, do they make you worry about it and dare not try it easily.
Crab and persimmon eat together will have diarrhea? Crab and orange eat together equals arsenic? Are there illegal merchants who inject paste into crabs, forge crab roe or inject water to gain weight? Will hairy crabs be soaked with antibiotics to prevent disease? ...... These rumors, I think everyone has heard them, what is the truth?
"Scientific Refuting Rumors" and the State Administration for Market Regulation recently issued a special article to popularize science. @朋友们, come and listen to the authoritative saying, don't miss the delicious because of rumors↓↓↓
In addition to the hairy crabs we know as Yangcheng Lake
There are also many local hairy crabs in China that are also delicious
Of course, although crabs are "delicious", friends still have to pay attention to some taboos when eating crabs in order to "eat well"!
Experts remind the "five taboos to keep in mind" ↓↓↓
Don't eat dead crabs.
After the crab dies, the bacteria in the body will multiply rapidly, resulting in meat spoilage, and eating dead crab may cause gastrointestinal problems such as vomiting, diarrhea, and even food poisoning. Therefore, make sure that you are eating fresh crab.
Do not eat raw crab.
Raw crabs are uncooked and may carry pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses. Eating raw crabs can easily lead to parasitic infections and gastrointestinal diseases, posing a threat to health. Therefore, make sure that the crab is cooked thoroughly to thoroughly kill germs and parasites.
Allergies do not eat crabs.
Some people may be allergic to crabs, ranging from rashes, itching and other skin symptoms, to severe allergic reactions such as dyspnea and shock. If you know you are allergic to crab, you should avoid it as much as possible. If you have allergic symptoms, you should seek immediate medical attention.
Do not eat excessive crabs.
Although crab is delicious, excessive consumption can also be a burden on the body. The high cholesterol content in crabs can easily lead to dyslipidemia and cardiovascular disease. At the same time, crabs are cold, and excessive consumption can easily lead to gastrointestinal discomfort. It is recommended to consume in moderation and do not be greedy.
Do not eat spoiled crabs.
Crabs are prone to spoilage when stored improperly or for too long a time. Spoiled crabs not only taste bad, but also may produce harmful substances, such as aflatoxin, which cause damage to organs such as liver and kidneys. If you find that crabs have peculiar smell, discoloration and other deterioration, do not eat them.
In addition, experts also emphasize that hairy crabs are rich in nutritional value, not only low fat, low energy, but also high cholesterol, high quality protein and vitamins, for the general population to eat no more than 2 more than 2, at most no more than 3. For children and the elderly, the dose should be reduced as appropriate, while paying attention to thorough cooking and potential food allergy risks. It is recommended that when eating crab, you should reduce the intake of other meats, offal, eggs, and eat foods rich in dietary fiber (such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits, etc.), which can play a role in reducing cholesterol absorption. At the same time, experts also remind that many people like to eat crab while drinking beer, these two foods containing high purines at the same time will produce too much uric acid. Excess uric acid can be deposited in joints or soft tissues, causing painful diseases.