Sunday, January 31, 2010


Too hot foods will overheat the body and interfere with the action of the digestive enzymes, many of which can function only within a limited range of temperature. They may damage the mucous membranes which line the digestive tract as well.
Let the food cool a little before eating. Too cold foods and beverages, on the other hand, constrict the intestinal canal, making digestion more difficult, and also harmfully affect the throat. Cold foods may constrict the delicate respiratory tubes leading from the nose into the lungs, making them more sensitive: Sometimes the shock of drinking cold drinks can trigger an attack of asthma or other allergy.

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