Why is eggplant bad for your gut?
Gut is one of the main organs that absorb food nutrients. If the gut is not good, the body cannot get enough nutrients and energy.
The gut refers to your gastrointestinal (GI) system, the health of which is generally determined by the levels and types of bacteria in your digestive, intestinal tract.
Eating eggplant is very beneficial to gut’s health.
Eggplant is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin P, B vitamins, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron, copper and other nutrients. These nutrients can repair the intestinal mucosa and supplement the nutrients needed by the intestinal mucosa.
Eggplant is rich in dietary fiber, 100 grams of eggplant contains about 3 grams of dietary fiber, and eggplant also contains up to 90% of water.
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After the dietary fiber and water enter the intestine, it can speed up the intestinal peristalsis, enhance the metabolism of the intestine, and eliminate toxins and garbage.