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What does Lidong eat to keep out the cold and supplement calcium, iron and vitamins

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

is a folk custom in China. At this time, tonic is to supplement the calcium, iron and vitamins needed by the human body. These nutrients can enhance the cold resistance and disease resistance of the human body to a certain extent. What can you eat at the beginning of winter to supplement these nutrients? Today's old yellow calendar will introduce you.


supplement foods rich in calcium and iron at the beginning of winter can improve the cold resistance of the body. Calcium containing foods include milk, soy products, kelp, seaweed, shells, oyster, sardine, shrimp, etc. Iron containing foods are mainly animal blood, egg yolk, pig liver, soybeans, sesame, black fungus and red dates.

iodine containing food can promote thyroxine secretion, resist cold and keep warm. Iodine rich foods include kelp, laver, Nostoc flagelliforme, jellyfish, spinach, Chinese cabbage, corn, etc. Increasing the intake of vitamin A and vitamin C can enhance cold tolerance and adaptability to cold, and have a good protective effect on blood vessels.

vitamin A mainly comes from animal liver, carrots and dark green vegetables, while vitamin C mainly comes from fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition, pepper contains capsaicin, ginger contains aromatic volatile oil, and pepper contains piperine. Eating more in winter can increase appetite, promote blood circulation and improve cold resistance. And cold food should be eaten less, such as crabs, shrimps, watermelon and grapes.

people with spleen deficiency and Qi deficiency (manifested as fatigue, shortness of breath, anorexia, abdominal distension, sparse stool and fear of cold) can eat more glutinous rice, jujube, lentil, yam, carrot, chestnut, etc. Some people are cold and afraid of cold in winter. They can eat more mutton, chicken, walnut, jujube and longan.

in cold winter, proper supplement of vitamin B2 and vitamin E can not only help resist cold, but also prevent and reduce a variety of diseases induced by cold. Foods rich in vitamin E include wheat germ oil, cottonseed oil, corn oil, peanut oil, sesame oil, etc. lettuce leaves and citrus peel are also rich in vitamin E, and almost all green leafy vegetables have vitamin E; Milk, eggs and cod liver oil also have a certain content of vitamin E.


dairy products are the best source of vitamin B2, especially in various cheeses and yogurt. For children who don't like dairy products, foods rich in vitamin B2 also include eggs, fruits, green leafy vegetables, beans, nuts, animal offal, poultry, whole wheat bread and cereals. If necessary, vitamin B2 and vitamin E preparations can also be supplemented appropriately.

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