The energy of this kind of peach is less than 1/2 of that of yellow peach. Can you eat for weight loss?

1. Which peach has the highest/lower energy? There are many varieties of peaches, and the energy is about 26-56 kcal/100g. [1] In the table of Chinese food ingredients, white powder peach has the lowest energy, 26 kcal/100 g, and yellow peach has the highest energy, 56 kcal/100 g, which is more than twice that of white powder peach. If you eat a 250g yellow peach (with pits) about 70 kilocalories more than a white powder peach, it takes 10 minutes to run to consume it. However, the white powder peach is larger, one weighs about 250-300 grams, while the yellow peach is smaller, one weighs about 160-200 grams, and if you eat one, the energy difference is much less. Besides, the white powder peach is 34-40 yuan/jin, and the yellow peach is 7-15 yuan/jin. In order to save a little money, choose a few more activities. 2. Does peach raise blood sugar fast? Compared with glycemic index (GI), glycemic load (GL) can better reflect how fast a certain food raises blood sugar. Because this indicator will consider how much carbohydrate is contained in the food and how much of this food is eaten. The GI of a peach is 28. If you eat 1 peach (about 250 grams) in the morning, GL = grams of carbon water available in the peach [2]✖️GI➗100=20✖️28➗100=5.6GL&lt.10 It means that blood sugar is not rising fast, so even if the blood sugar is high, it is no problem to eat a peach with a snack. 3. How about eating peaches to supplement Vc? When it comes to eating fruits, we always think of supplementing Vc, but peaches are not rich in Vc. The Vc content of fresh jujube, kiwi fruit, and strawberry is as high as 243, 62, 47 mg/100g respectively, while the Vc content of peach is only about 6-12 mg/100g. In addition to not rich in Vc content, fruits are often rich in potassium and carotene, and peaches are not rich. The average potassium content is only 127 mg/100 g, accounting for 6.3% of the recommended daily intake of adults; carotene is only 2 micrograms of retinol equivalent on average, accounting for the daily recommended intake of adult men and women (800, 700 micrograms of retinol) Equivalent) 0.25%, 0.28%; even yellow peach with yellow flesh is not very rich in carotene content, only 8 micrograms of retinol equivalent. What about eating peach pictures? You can graph its antioxidant capacity. Which peach has the strongest antioxidant capacity? Studies have shown that peaches with red flesh have the strongest antioxidant capacity, and their total phenol content and anthocyanin content are significantly higher than those with white flesh and yellow flesh. [3] How significant is it? The total phenol content of red fleshed peaches with belt flesh is 4.1 times and 4.6 times of that of white fleshed peaches and yellow fleshed peaches; the anthocyanin content is 20.1 times and 11.6 times of that of white fleshed peaches and yellow fleshed peaches, respectively. ▲Picture: Have you eaten a red peach? In fact, even if peaches are not outstanding in nutrition, they can’t resist the love of foodies. Soft peaches are soft and juicy, hard peaches are crisp and refreshing, and they are only eaten in summer. How can you miss it. 4. How to ripen and store peaches? In order to facilitate transportation and storage, peaches are generally picked when they are half-ripe. If they are not yet fully ripe, put them in a plastic bag with a little knot at the mouth. Just leave them at room temperature, and they will release ethylene to ripen them. Yourself. If you are not in a hurry to eat, just put it in a cool and ventilated place. A slightly lower temperature can inhibit the release of ethylene, and the released ethylene has run away, so it will cook slowly. If it is already cooked and you can’t finish it all at once, put it in the refrigerator in a breathable bag or kitchen paper, and finish eating within 2 days. 5. How many peaches to eat every day? The Chinese Dietary Guidelines recommend eating 200-350 grams of fruit every day. Let’s take a look at a peach multiplicity. ▲Picture: flat peach, pitted about 150g ▲Picture: peach pitted about 220g ▲Picture: peach peach, pitted about 210g ▲Picture: yellow peach, pitted about 150g Today’s interaction: you like to eat soft peaches Or hard peach? Besides eating raw, how do you like to eat it? References: [1] Yang Yuexin. Chinese Food Composition Table 6th Edition, Volume 1. Peking University Medical Press, 2018 [2] Taiwan Nutrition Table aspx?nodeID=178&amp.t=9&amp.k=[3]Shen Zhijun,Ma Ruijuan,Yu Mingliang, et al.Comparative evaluation of antioxidant factors of three flesh-colored peach fruits[J].Chinese Agricultural Sciences,2012,45(11) :223