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How Does Guava Affect The Colon? Take it in Moderation

Thursday, August 5, 2021
How Does Guava Affect The Colon? Take it in Moderation
Guava benefits


Guava is a delicious, nutrient-rich fruit, low-calorie and full of fiber, an excellent addition to a healthy diet, but there are some compounds in this fruit that are not good for everyone, especially for those with certain health conditions, and in this report we identify people who should be careful not to eat guava, according to The Times of India.


The nutritional content of the eyelid

Guava is very rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and potassium, one serving of guava contains only 112 calories and more than 23 grams of carbohydrates.


The fiber content in the guava has approximately 9 grams and there is no starch in the guava, and the percentage of fat in one cup of chopped guava is 1.6 grams, but the amount of protein in it is very high, about 4 grams.


Studies have indicated that this fruit is also useful for people with diabetes because it contains a low glycemic index and, in addition, folic acid, beta-carotene and other nutrients found in this fruit are abundant.


These people have to be careful while eating guava.

 

Those with bloating

Guava is rich in vitamin C and fructose, as a high dose of either of the two can make you feel bloated.


Being a water-soluble vitamin, our body finds it difficult to absorb a lot of vitamin C, so overloading often leads to bloating, the same applies to fructose, about 40% of people suffer from a condition called fructose misabsorption and in this the body does not absorb natural sugar, but settles in our stomach leading to bloating. Even eating guava and sleeping immediately may cause bloating.


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People with neurocolon syndrome

Guava is rich in fiber, which can help relieve constipation and promote digestion but overeating guava can spoil the digestive system, especially if you have neurocolon syndrome, this also occurs due to poor absorption of fructose so, it is important to eat in a limited way.


People with diabetes

Guava is one of the favorite fruits for people with diabetes due to low glycemic index however, if you include this fruit in your diet, make sure you regularly track your blood sugar level 100 grams of chopped guava containing 9 grams of natural sugar, so eating a lot of food can lead to high blood sugar level, and eating guava moderately is the best option.


Safe limit and time to eat guava

One serving of guava a day is safe to consume, but eating more may not be a good idea you can eat fruit between two meals, or before or after exercise to fuel your body.

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