Green Beans For People With Symptoms Of Typhoid And Low Blood Pressure?
Can green beans be consumed for people with typhoid symptoms with low pressure?
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Mung bean (Vigna radiata) is a type of legume that is widely grown in tropical areas, including Indonesia. This plant has a variety of nutrients that are useful for maintaining endurance, including protein, fiber, folic acid, magnesium, and carbohydrates. In addition, green beans contain low fat so that it has a very low potential to cause obesity.
The high protein and carbohydrate content in green beans is very good for its function to help optimize recovery when you are sick, including typhoid (typhoid fever). In addition, the content of other nutrients in green kajang is also useful in increasing your energy and stamina so that you don't feel weak and can carry out activities more optimally. The antioxidant content in green beans is also very good for its role in optimizing the function of the heart and blood vessels, so that blood pressure is expected to be more optimal.
As long as you do not have a history of allergies in consuming nuts, it is okay to consume green beans when you are experiencing typhus and hypotension (low blood pressure). However, also pay attention to how it is processed. In general, green beans are consumed as porridge mixed with coconut milk. Consumption of coconut milk in typhoid sufferers should be limited, because it can often trigger nausea, bloating, diarrhea, and other discomforts in the digestive tract. For that, you should not consume it in excess.
That's our explanation. For more details, you should consult directly with the doctor who treats you.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah