Take care of these things while consuming geeen vegetable during mansoon

Green vegetables are very suitable for staying healthy and maintaining immunity. Which contains abundant nutrients, vitamins, calcium and iron. If we talk about nutrients in terms of health, then there is no other option cheaper than green vegetables. But in the rainy season, these green vegetables can also worsen your health.

Of course, it is important to consume green vegetables for complete nutrition, but keep in mind that along with this monsoon bacteria, infection of many types of insects in vegetables also starts to increase. Often these insects are very subtle and green, so they are not seen. After breaking from the vegetable fields, they are not paying any attention to their cleanliness in reaching the vegetable market and then your kitchen from the market. In this case, a slight mistake can harm your health.

Due to covid-19 infection, everyone is aware about cleanliness but it is necessary to take special care of cleanliness in the use of vegetables. The bright sunlight comes out less on rainy days, so bacterial infection is increasing rapidly. Due to the absence of sunlight, insects with bacteria grow rapidly in green vegetables. If they are not cleaned properly, they reach the stomach and cause loose motion, abdominal pain, cramps, diarrhea, coloration, vomiting, dehydration, intestinal infection etc. Salmonella jardiasis and Helicobacter pylori bacteria and amebiasis are most active during the rainy season. Cabbage, Chaulai, Spinach, Radish, and Arabic leaf as well as vegetables like Tinda, Taroi, lady fingure and bitter gourd are also increasing the diseases of the stomach due to lack of hygiene.

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