Strawberry has good radiation resistance
According to the American “Nature” magazine, Burrard?
A scientific team led by Robin simulated a space radiation environment. In an experiment lasting 8 weeks, they fed 98% of mice with common food and 2% of mice with frozen strawberry.
At the beginning of the experiment, twisted mice all had adverse reactions due to radiation, but over time, researchers found that those mice that ate ordinary foods became weaker and the mice that ate foods with strawberries changed.Be more active.
In 100 grams of strawberries, 50?
100 mg of vitamin C, more than 10 times higher than apples, grapes and other fruits.
Strawberry also contains a lot of vitamin E and polyphenols antioxidants.
These nutrients can resist high-intensity radiation, slow down the damage to the skin caused by ultraviolet radiation, and some skin oxide oxidation, dryness, erythema and other phenomena.
Therefore, people who are constantly exposed to radiation from computers or other electrical appliances do not prevent them from eating strawberries.
American scientists also suggest that ordinary people eat about 500 grams of strawberries a day to help improve work efficiency; 200 grams of strawberries a day, and can be used with canola, mustard, cabbage, and radish and other cruciferous vegetables to achieve the same effect.