"Bubble tea" can clog the intestines, or true?

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"Bubble tea" can clog the intestines, or true?

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“Pearls” here are not jewels or pearls, but rather the chewy, black powders that are placed in the drink. Especially pearl milk tea That is a popular drink for many Thai people
But in the past there were rumors that There was someone who found the pearl This gets stuck in the body Some said that the pearl went to block the intestines. How is this fact? Sanook Health has data from Dr. Narin Achalanan, Department of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases. Department of Internal Medicine Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital Mahidol University Specified in Variety magazine for health @Rama come to read. เดิมพันออนไลน์
"Bubble tea" can clog the intestines, or true?
First of all, let's look at the ingredients of "pearls". Pearls are made from tapioca starch. When we ate it Will be decomposed from the small intestine Therefore not seeing the characteristics of the pearl beads in the colon system Therefore, seeing pearls stuck in the intestines through X-ray images. Therefore unlikely to be possible
However, even pearls do not cause intestinal obstruction in most people. But if the person who eats has intestinal disease with abnormalities such as small intestinal stenosis due to fibrosis from a lump or from some ulcer that presses the intestines It may also be possible to find pearls stuck in the intestine.
But in general, the tapioca starch of pearls Inability to cause a blockage in the intestines Except for "fake pearls" that are not made from powder. It may contain ingredients that the body can't digest. It may be dangerous until the intestinal obstruction.
How to eat pearls safely
Sanook Health recommends that you chew the pearl thoroughly before swallowing. Use a tube larger than pearl beads. This eliminates the need to use too much force to suck the pearls from the drink glass and risk the pearls falling into the throat without being able to chew first.

Additionally, pearls should not be eaten in large quantities. Because in addition to making the digestive system work harder That many people are more afraid of it is probably a matter of "weight" that may rise as well.

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