What Will happen to you if you continue eating cold foods


Human beings have a normal body temperature of about 37.0°c therefore to help maintain a healthy body metabolism you need to take in foods and beverages that have temperature ranging to your body temperature.

As the cold foods passes down through the gullet it causes the gullet to lose its ability to stretch and thus making it harder. This makes it difficult to swallow hence the cells in the throat get deactivated and this may lead to chocking.

Some individuals with sensitive throats are much more likely to be affected by the cold foods since the throat problem becomes even higher reactive to lower temperature and cause pain, irritation and even sores around the throat and the gullet.

Too much intake of cold foods may lead to tumors , weight gain, cysts and fatigue.

The human abdomen is highly reactive to the food temperature that you consume. Digestion of cold foods may lead to hard lungs and thus lowering the digestion process. On the other side the digestion of warm foods is more faster as it is easier to convert hot foods temperature to the normal body temperature as compared to cold foods.

Too much intake of cold foods may lead to health related issues such as flatulence in the small intestine and constipation in the colon.

Speed or velocity is highly dependent on temperature; hence they are directly proportional, the increase in temperature increases velocity of the flow of blood and other body fluids and vice versa. Much cold foods thus affects the flow of blood and may cause blood stasis due to a low speed flow.

When the urinary bladder is cold it leads to difficulty in holding urine and this weakens the bladder causing; frequent urination since the bladder cannot hold urine for long time and can also lead to clear urine. In pregnant women it can affect the fetus and cause permanent infertility.

We have discussed that cold foods transfer coldness to the gullet down to the lungs and may lead to asthma and other related breathing complications due to shrinking of the lungs. Therefore even the moisture and nutrients that could have been delivered to the skin may produce vascid mucus and even lead to phlegm.

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