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  • Now we all accidentally swallow unintended things from time to time.

  • Ice cubes, gum, even whole pieces of candy.

  • And we ingest small seeds from fruit to like the seeds from strawberries or blackberries.

  • We should stop doing that right?

  • Yeah, but what would happen to your body if you swallowed a whole pit like from a cherry?

  • Follow may 1st, let's take a short walk through the digestive system.

  • It starts when you chew your food and swallow your food is help down your throat by your saliva, which has enzymes in it that helped break it down.

  • Muscles in your esophagus help carry the food to your stomach.

  • Here, stomach moves the food around, using Maur enzymes and acids to break it down into smaller particles than our liver uses bile to break it down even more.

  • Finally, it moves through the small intestine, where it's separated into what the body needs and what it does who food has a long journey before our body can get what it needs.

  • Now let's look at what you should know when you swallow something that your digestive system doesn't expect.

  • Like a cherry pit.

  • One.

  • Cherry pits are indigestible.

  • Don't worry.

  • You'll be fine.

  • The pit will pass through your digestive system, but it'll stay whole.

  • Remember those enzymes and digestive juices?

  • I mentioned?

  • They aren't able to break down something like a cherry pit.

  • When it gets to your intestines, they'll just say we don't need this and the pit will be shown the door too well.

  • Swallowing the pit.

  • Give me stomach discomfort.

  • The pit may be uncomfortable to swallow, but you probably won't get a stomachache.

  • You may feel some symptoms of indigestion if you have a preexisting stomach condition.

  • In general, the pit should pass through pretty easily, especially if you eaten other food recently.

  • There are other indigestible or hard to digest foods that we eat all the time, like corn, beans and seeds that don't give us too many problems.

  • The hard work of the digestive system knows what to D'oh.

  • Three.

  • Never eat the scenes Cherries belonged to a group of fruits called stone fruit.

  • Other fruits in this category include peaches, mangos and apricots.

  • Fruits belonging to this group all have a pit in the middle, and this pit holds the seeds.

  • The shell of the pit is indigestible, but if you break it open and chew and swallow the seats.

  • Then you might be in trouble.

  • The seeds of stone fruit contains cyanide, which could quickly put you in the hospital for what?

  • It's cyanide.

  • Glad you asked.

  • It could be a gas, but it's also assault.

  • Ah, highly toxic one.

  • It comes in several compounds, but the one found in the seeds of stone fruits like Cherries is hydrogen cyanide, which binds with the natural sugars.

  • In these fruits.

  • This substance is manufactured on an industrial scale to make plastics, metals, paints and synthetic fibers.

  • Those working with it must take a lot of safety precautions, such as wearing an oxygen mask and other protective gear.

  • I do to my body.

  • Well, it's not good.

  • Within minutes, you'd have symptoms like headache, dizziness and weakness.

  • Every organ in your body uses oxygen from cells to work properly.

  • Cyanide would bind with enzymes in our tissues to stop this process.

  • In other words, our major organs would stop getting oxygen and shut down.

  • Don't worry.

  • The good news is that there's an antidote.

  • It's called hydroxy cabal Ament.

  • This compound turned cyanide into a substance that can be removed from the body by the kidneys.

  • Have you ever swallowed the seeds from a stone fruit and experience these symptoms?

  • Who let me know in the comments?

  • Number six.

  • Would I survive?

  • I would.

  • I just don't know about, you know seriously.

  • If you think you've chewed and swallowed some seeds from a cherry pit or other stone fruit and you get medical attention ASAP, you'll survive.

  • Thean Gestion of Cyanide is still dangerous, but not quite as dangerous as it is when it's inhaled in its gas form.

  • Don't do that if it's ingested.

  • You still have plenty of time to get medical attention hours, in fact.

  • But that doesn't mean you should wait.

  • The faster you seek medical attention and get that antidote, the better your body will be able to recover.

  • Seven.

  • Are there any other foods that contain cyanide?

  • Well, plans, including many that we utilize is a food source.

  • Develop these compounds that contain cyanide as a natural defence against insects.

  • Besides the fruits and the stone fruit group I mentioned, watch out for a Lima beans, cassava roots and bamboo shoots.

  • They need to be fully cooked before eating.

  • Don't forget that apples also contain seeds even though they don't have a pit, and these contain cyanide to also bitter.

  • Apricot pits, also known as kernels, contain the highest amount of cyanide in the stone fruit Group eight precautions.

  • Now, if you're munching on a bag of delicious Cherries, try to remember to spit out those pits.

  • Keep a small dish beside you or a trash can.

  • Chew the fruit around the pits slowly.

  • Even though that outside shell is indigestible, it's better to be safe than sorry.

  • As a general rule, never chew or swallow any kind of pit or colonel.

  • Swallowing pits presents a choking hazard to also be careful of how you dispose of the pits of you have pets, pits and seeds from stone fruits are toxic to some animals, too.

  • Now.

  • Don't go around being afraid of Cherries or refusing to eat them.

  • They put Cherries back on your good list.

  • Here's some fun facts.

  • We've been eating Cherries since the Stone Age.

  • Fossilized cherry pits have been discovered in prehistoric caves in Asia and Europe.

  • The Greek author feel Frances wrote about Cherries in his history of plants in 300 BC, noting them for their help in getting rid of excess salt in the body.

  • Now the Cherries we eat today came to America in the 16 hundreds, brought over by Europeans.

  • Back then, they were mostly used in Pem a Can, a delicious meat dish that uses both pounded and dry me melted fat and other ingredients like Cherries to give it a sophisticated burst of flavor.

  • There are more than 1000 varieties of Cherries.

  • There are sweet ones and tart ones about 500 of each.

  • But we only eat about 20 varieties or so.

  • So not all Cherries are in mass production in the U.

  • S.

  • Cherries on Lee come from a few states.

  • Michigan grows the majority of tart Cherries.

  • Washington grows 62% of the sweet Cherries held by California and Oregon.

  • These sweet Cherries are the ones that are so popular to eat during the summertime.

  • Just remember to spit out those pits.

  • Turkey is the world's leader in the mass production of Cherries, giving us 335,000 tons of Cherries each year, and you won't believe the simple, ingenious way they're harvested.

  • Farmers use a big mechanical grip, which shakes the tree and loosens the Cherries theat bridge.

  • Cherry tree grows about 7000 Cherries That's enough for grandma to make 28 cherry pies.

  • Let's do the math.

  • UH, let's not series air loaded with a lot of stuff that's good for you, like antioxidants and essential vitamins.

  • Naturally, sweet Cherries will fix that sweet tooth and are low in calories, so they're agreed.

  • Healthy snack.

  • They can also be used in cooking to give your meal a healthy boost.

  • Despite the name, the Japanese cherry tree isn't famous for Cherries.

  • It's known for its gorgeous buds, and they're amazing smell.

  • It's considered the national flower of Japan and represents empathy, beauty and acceptance of destiny.

  • Canada gets credit for baking the biggest cherry pie in the world, which weighed nearly £40,000.

  • They still hold that record to this day, which was previously held by Traverse City, Michigan.

  • While they don't hold the record for the biggest cherry pie anymore, Traver City still holds an annual national cherry festival.

  • Since 1925.

  • The festival celebrates all things cherry for two days, with cherry themed food pie eating contests, a cherry pit spitting contest.

  • Hey, sign me up and more.

  • They even crown a Cherry Queen back in Roman times, Cherries were part of the soldier's food rations.

  • As they were marching along, the soldiers would spit out the pits, essentially planting a new cherry tree.

  • They eventually spread throughout the entire Roman Empire.

  • The record for a cherry pit spitting contest is 93 FIG said.

  • By Brian Krause in 2004 a cherry pit spitting contest is held every year in Eau Claire, Michigan.

  • I can't think of a better reminder for you to spit out those pits.

  • Okay, if you learn something new today, then give this video alike and share it with a friend.

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Now we all accidentally swallow unintended things from time to time.

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桜の穴を飲み込むとどうなるか (What Happens When You Swallow a Cherry Pit)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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