Eggs are rich in protein, fat, minerals and vitamins. Egg protein is the complete protein most needed by our body. Fat, iron, and calcium in it are also easily absorbed by the body. Eggs rich in vitamin A, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, etc. are all nutrients that our body urgently needs and easily lack. But nutritious eggs are not eaten as much as possible, and not everyone can rest assured. The following five groups of people should not eat eggs. Patients with kidney disease Patients with nephritis have decreased renal function and metabolism, decreased urine output, and not all metabolites in the body can be excreted from the kidney. If too much eggs are consumed, urea in the body can be increased, resulting in aggravated nephritis and even uremia. Eating eggs in patients with advanced hypertension can cause middle renal arteriosclerosis. Those with systemic lupus erythematosus with kidney damage and various chronic kidney diseases leading to chronic renal failure should eat eggs with caut ion or as directed by a doctor.
The protein in eggs of patients with high fever is complete protein, which can be decomposed into the body to produce more calories. This is called the special dynamic effect of food. The special dynamic effect is the protein effect, and the effect of increasing heat can reach about 30%. Therefore, fever patients with increased body heat production after eating eggs, reduced heat dissipation, like pouring oil on fire, is not good for fever reduction.
Patient Hepatitis patients Hepatitis patients eat more egg yolk will increase the burden on the liver and is not conducive to rehabilitation. Because egg yolk contains fatty acids and cholesterol, both fatty acids and cholesterol need to be metabolized in the liver. The burden on the liver is too heavy, which is not conducive to the recovery of hepatitis. Therefore, patients with hepatitis should not eat egg yolk.
The primiparas often use eggs as their main food during confinement, but the more eggs they eat, the better. It is best not to eat eggs for a few hours after delivery. Because of the high physical exertion, sweating, and inadequate body fluids during digestion, the digestive capacity will decrease. If you eat eggs immediately after delivery, it will be difficult to digest and absorb, increasing the burden on the gastrointestinal tract. At this time, you should eat half liquid or liquid. Some mothers eat many eggs a day in order to enhance nutrition. Actually, this is not good for the body. It is enough for a mother to eat 3 eggs a day.
Protein allergies Some people may have stomach pain or rash after eating eggs. This is caused by allergies to eggs. Egg protein has antigenicity, and it can react with allergic mast cells with antibodies on the surface of the gastrointestinal mucosa, which can cause allergic reactions and allergic symptoms such as stomach pain or abdominal pain, diarrhea, and spot rash. Therefore, eggs should not be eaten by such people.