Today we keep talking about how to deal better with food, from the moment of choosing at the fair or supermarket, until the time to reuse what is left.
Did you know that food temperature influences digestion a lot? Food should not be consumed either too hot or too cold, as it can cause damage to the body by thermal shock.
Very hot food can cause esophagitis, gastritis, cancer of the esophagus, mouth and other diseases. Foods eaten cold can cause colds, rhinitis, pharyngitis and other ills in the respiratory system. The presentation of the food also makes all the difference. It must be harmonious and beautiful. It is not freshness, no. This ritual stimulates the appetite and awakens the pleasure of eating.
Fat gives more satiety and takes longer to digest, with greater regulation of body temperature on colder days. While, in the heat, some people experience gastric disorders with the same foods.
we are so used to eating food, some hot and some cold, that we don’t even pay attention to it. But it’s time to start thinking and seeing if you’re doing it right.
Water, for example, when it is cold, helps to speed up the metabolism, ideal for those who want to lose weight and want to burn more calories. But cold water is not always indicated, if you are on a very restricted diet the ideal is to drink water at room temperature, because the ice will make you more hungry and you will feel bad.
Temperature x Digestion
Always be aware of issues like this, it is necessary to know how to deal with food better. This care must start at the fair and supermarket. In the case of food temperature, you should know that they influence digestion. Food should not be consumed either too hot or too cold, as it can cause damage to the body by thermal shock.
When you eat something very hot, you risk causing esophagitis, gastritis, cancer of the esophagus, mouth and other diseases. Food eaten cold can cause colds, rhinitis, pharyngitis and other respiratory diseases.
Of course, each food is better at a temperature, no one likes a cold lunch, so heat it up, but not too much so as not to impair digestion. This goes for hot and cold foods, be careful and take care of your health that way too.