When you should not eat chickpeas
CONTRAINDICATIONS OF CHICKPEAS
What contraindications do chickpeas present?
Chickpeas are very nutritious vegetables because they contain a lot of protein. In addition they have a very high nutritional value for their contribution in vitamins B and minerals (potassium, phosphorus, magnesium , calcium, iron and zinc).
Although they are a very natural and healthy food for most people, they may have certain contraindications.
Among the main contraindications of chickpeas are the following:
People who find it hard to digest legumes
Chickpeas, like other legumes, can be indigestible when they are not properly cooked. To improve your digestion it is recommended:
* More information: Problems with the digestion of legumes
Contraindications of chickpeas
Raw chickpeas and poorly cooked chickpea flour
Chickpeas, like all other legumes, except sprouts, should not be eaten raw. Raw chickpeas contain toxins that are removed after being soaked and boiled in plenty of water.
Ingestion of cakes made with chickpea flour cooked in the oven without water may be responsible for cases of neurolatirism.
Who should not eat chickpeas?
Chickpeas are tasty and nutritious vegetables but should not be consumed in certain situations:
Eating chickpeas in case of diarrhea?
It is not appropriate to eat chickpeas when there is diarrhea or gastroenteritis, situations in which a diet based on rice water, carrots, potatoes, apples, and other more digestive and better tolerated foods is recommended (see diet for diarrhea).
Chickpeas in digestive diseases
Hazards of canned chickpeas
One of the main dangers of eating chickpeas are the possible toxins that originate their poor conservation.
* More information: Dangers in the conservation of chickpeas
Can you eat chickpeas if there are gastritis or ulcers?
* More information: Chickpeas for gastritis and ulcer
Can chickpeas be given to babies?
Chickpeas, along with lentils, chickpeas are the first legumes given to babies, but their introduction must be very slow and careful. It is recommended to introduce them in very little amounts and adequately prepared.
For children, it is an excellent, nutritious and energetic food.
* More information: Chickpeas for babies and children
Can people with diabetes eat chickpeas?
Yes, diabetics can eat chickpeas because they are also a very nutritious and adequate food to improve their disease. But be aware, there are a number of recommendations, especially if you take insulin.
* More information: Chickpeas for diabetes
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This material is for informational purposes only. In case of doubt, consult the doctor.