Xinhua News Agency, Changsha, September 17 (Reporter Shuicai) "Sugar-free moon cakes" eat casually and eat moon cakes for breakfast... The doctor pointed out that although moon cakes are delicious, they should not be greedy.

You can often see "sugar-free moon cakes" and low-sugar moon cakes in life, but these moon cakes should not be eaten too much, especially for people with diabetes, patients with digestive diseases and children.

  According to Xu Yin, a spleen and stomach doctor at the First Affiliated Hospital of Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, moon cakes are constantly innovating in order to meet people's needs.

In recent years, many "sugar-free moon cakes" have appeared on the market, such as sugar-free coconut moon cakes, sugar-free black sesame moon cakes, and sugar-free bean paste moon cakes.

This type of moon cakes uses maltitol and xylitol instead of traditional sucrose, which are healthier than high-fat moon cakes and high-sugar moon cakes.

  Xu Yin reminded that it should be noted that when people eat "sugar-free moon cakes", sugars such as maltose contained in sweeteners will be converted into glucose in the body and absorbed by the body.

Therefore, patients with diabetes and gastrointestinal diseases should be cautious in eating, consult a specialist, and adjust the intake of starch according to the amount of moon cakes they consume.

When eating moon cakes, don't eat too much at one time. It's healthier with some chrysanthemum tea and hawthorn tea when you taste it.

  Liu Jianhe, an expert in traditional Chinese medicine at the First Affiliated Hospital of Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, suggested that moon cakes are high in sugar and fat. Excessive eating will increase blood viscosity. It is not recommended for patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.