Eating too much or too little of fruit, vegetables, drinks, medicine, or anything else has its pros and cons.
Good jamun is available in the market every year for a very short period of time worldwide and hence many people buy it in excess.
Jamun generally helps fight many seasonal ailments including constipation, indigestion and intestinal ailments.
This fruit is also known to benefit people with high blood sugar and high blood pressure, but surprisingly, it turns out to be harmful when consumed in excess.
According to experts, like other fruits, jamun also contains a good amount of fiber and if consumed in excess, it can affect the intestinal lining leading to constipation, irritability and other intestinal problems.
Sugar levels may be affected
Eating too much jamin can also affect a person’s blood sugar level, too much of it can cause the glucose level to drop too low, leading to weakness in the body.
Teeth can become damaged
According to health experts, jamun is naturally high in sugar and is also acidic, which can lead to bacterial growth and damage human teeth. So it is always recommended to brush the teeth regularly after eating jamun.
Low blood pressure
Daily consumption of jamon can be helpful for heart health and cholesterol as it contains a good amount of antioxidants that help prevent blood pressure fluctuations in the body. However, eating too much jaman can cause a condition called hypotension, in which the blood pressure drops too much.
Kidney stones can occur
Also, if consumed in excess, jamun can lead to kidney stones, while when consumed in moderation, it helps flush out toxins and regulate kidney health.
How much jamon can be eaten in a day?
According to health experts, people who have no health problems can eat about 100 grams of jamon a day, but should avoid eating it on an empty stomach, especially in the morning, as this fruit is acidic in nature and can upset digestion.