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This food is known to be an important source of vitamin C, magnesium and potassium. In addition, it is low in calories, so it is believed to be a great ally when it comes to regulating the immune system, improving collagen production and repairing tissues. Its components are able to help reduce inflammation, cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

Despite the many benefits of this food, like any other, it is not advisable to exaggerate in its consumption, as it could cause health problems for some people.

  • Bloating, fatigue or abdominal cramps, poor digestion, and heartburn.
  • Skin irritation after its contact with skin
  • Eating onions in large quantities may interfere with anticoagulant medications used to treat cardiogenic diseases
  • There are studies that have shown that some people are allergic to onions and it is detected through symptoms such as itching and red eyes.
  • Other studies recommend avoiding onions for people with acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease, as it could increase acidity in the stomach.

According to health experts, there are also myths that keep onions should not be chopped because they become toxic, which may not be possible as their acidic pH inhibits microbes and bacterial growth.

What is true is that when storing a chopped onion, this food can lose its properties and also its freshness, so it is important to consume it sparingly in a balanced diet so that its nutrients keep the health of the body under control.

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