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Boiled cucumbers is most benefit when eating

Last modified on 17/4/2011 at 10:59:00 AM. Total 2090 views.

The best way to eat cucumbers are boiled to eat, food tastes a bit strange, but the nutrition will be preserved almost.

In a hot summer, cucumber became heat-clear dishes of so many people. Often, people will eat them raw or in salad type, but recently a Japanese doctor who had raised a new discovery: warm up cucumber before eating if there will be more beneficial to health.

Cucumbers is characterized "cold", the composition is 96% of water, which acts to reduce excess "heat" in the body. Eastern Medicine states that foods with "cold" characteristics is not beneficial for blood circulation, prevent metabolic processes, which cause many diseases.

So in the hot summer, it is best to warm up before eating cucumbers, not only eliminates edema effectively, but also eliminates the "cold" characteristics of it, so avoid bringing adverse affect to the health.

The best way to eat cucumbers are boiled to eat, food tastes a bit strange, but the nutrition will be preserved almost. Most comfortable time to eat boiled cucumbers are before dinner, because the boiled cucumbers has very strong antidotal effect, eating cucumber first, then other food, then the fat and salt absorption into the body after cucumber will be fully discharged from the body. If you persevere this method, you can reduce weight.

Besides, can eat cucumber soup and it brings efficiency that is also very good.

Quoted from Specious-food Journal

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