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How to eat sea sedge? ‘sodium and iodine’ is the key point

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"Every time sea sedge cooks, it wears a navy-blue apron, and emotional food is the best food in the world." Sea sedge is a direct edible food made from dried laver as the main raw material, with or without food additives and other raw materials, by baking and other processes. Rich nutrition and delicious taste make sea sedge harvest a lot of hearts, but high salt and other health risks also make some people hesitate. So how to eat sea sedge healthily?

Appropriate and avoidable crowd for sea sedge consumption

sea sedge is rich in iodine. Patients with cretinism and endemic goiter caused by iodine deficiency can eat sea sedge properly every day. People in iodine-deficient areas often eat sea sedge, which can be supplemented with iodine, but in areas where iodine is not deficient, one-time consumption of sea sedge in large quantities, or frequent excessive consumption of sea sedge will lead to excessive iodine intake. People in water and food-borne areas with high iodine intake should pay attention to avoid excessive iodine intake and eat less sea sedge. In addition, if taking or injecting high iodine drugs, excessive iodine intake should also be prevented. Pregnant women and lactating women, as well as infants and young children should also pay attention to avoid excessive iodine intake, iodine intake will cause hypothyroidism.

Because sea sedge is seasoned and contains more salt in the process, patients with hypertension and edema need to restrain the consumption of sea sedge seasoning, and can eat sea sedge that is not seasoned or baked by themselves.

Attention should be paid to the intake of sodium and iodine

1 g salt = 393 mg sodium. Children with 1-3 year’ s old need 700 mg sodium per day (equivalent to 1.8 g salt). Children aged 4-6 should consume no more than 1200 mg of sodium per day (equivalent to 3 g salt). Adults should consume no more than 2 000 mg of sodium per day (equivalent to 5 g salt). The sodium content of sea sedge sold on the market generally varies from 2g to 4.5g in each small bag, and the sodium content of traditional sea sedge is slightly lower, ranging from 16.6mg to 24.9mg; the sodium content of seasoned sea sedge is slightly higher, ranging from 29mg to 84.2mg. Therefore, a small bag of traditional sea sedge contains about the same sodium content as 0.06g salt, and a small bag of seasoned sea sedge contains about the same sodium content as 0.2g salt. You can combine your sodium intake in your diet to choose the right amount of sea sedge to eat.

The Chinese Society of Nutrition recommends daily iodine intake: 90 ug for children under 10 years old, 120ug for adults, 230-240ug for pregnant women and lactating mothers. Because of the iodine content of 4323ug in 100 g laver, the maximum daily iodine intake recommended for children aged 4-6 years and 300 mg for children aged 7-10 years was 200 mg. The daily intake of sea sedge was calculated. The recommended daily intake for children under 10 years old was 2 g, not more than 5 g, and for adolescents and adults over 11 years old was 3 g, not more than 10 G. The finished sea sedge on the market is generally packed in a small bag of 2-3g, so it is recommended that children eat a small bag a day.

Nutritional value:

Hypolipidemic, hypoglycemic and anti-aging

Although there are some food taboos, in fact, all foods can play their nutritional value on the premise of " nutritional value ", and sea sedge is the same, so don't waste nutrient value because of the warm tips above.

Sea sedge has high nutritional value. Sea sedge contains more dietary fiber and chlorophyll, which can help to reduce cholesterol in blood. Some species have more effect of inhibiting intestinal absorption of cholesterol.

Sea sedge also contains more unsaturated fatty acids, which can help improve circulation. Taurine is also good for lowering blood lipids and promoting nerve development.

Secondly, the iodine-riched sea sedge can improve the normal thyroid function.

Finally, alginic acid in sea sedge helps to remove toxic metals such as strontium and cadmium from human body. In addition, alginic acid also has the application prospect of hypoglycemia and anti-cancer. Polysaccharides of alginic acid have many biological activities such as anti-aging, anti-lipid, anti-cancer and so on.

Method of eating:

One roll, two boil, three scatter and four eat directly

There are two kinds of common sea sedge. One is roasted sea sedge used for cooking rice sushi. It requires high raw materials and sea sedge with no gap, uniform thickness and relatively large size. The other is called "instant seasoning sea sedge ", which needs special equipment and technology. Porphyra is baked and added with oil, salt and other condiments. It is generally eaten as a leisure food and eaten directly.

In Japan and Korea, sea sedge is often used to make sushi rolls, rice balls, rice cakes, etc. They can also be cut into thin threads and sprinkled on salad, or eat with salad made of seafood and tomatoes, or with steamed seafood, Italian powder and sandwiches. They can also be torn into slices and put on stews, or directly use sea sedge to roll fish, meats or cheese, or fried or baked. Also can eat it directly, just like to the taste of oysters.

 
 
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