Two or three things to know about diet and health preservation in Lidong
at the beginning of winter, plants and trees wither and everything hides. At this time, the weather is cold, human Yang is hidden, and heat is easy to lose. In order to keep out the cold, people always need to supplement some calorie rich food at this time. Then today's old yellow calendar will introduce you two or three things you need to know about diet and health preservation at the beginning of winter.
introduce tonic before tonic, and then tonic after winter. It is necessary to give the intestines and stomach a gradual adaptation process, so it is necessary to do a good job of tonic. For example, eat mild peanut and jujube soup, ginger stewed beef, etc. In addition, hot porridge in winter is also a good choice for health preservation. Wheat porridge can nourish the heart and remove annoyance, sesame porridge can benefit essence and Yin, radish porridge can eliminate food and phlegm, and poria cocos porridge can strengthen the spleen and stomach.and
are more warm and less hot. In cold days, it is good to increase the intake of protein, fat, vitamins and minerals in an appropriate amount to resist low temperature. For example, eat more warm foods such as glutinous rice, sorghum, chestnuts, jujube, walnut kernel, longan, leek, pumpkin, ginger, beef and mutton.and
increase the intake of vitamins A and C, which can enhance the ability to adapt to the cold. Vitamin A mainly comes from animal liver, carrots and dark green vegetables, while vitamin C mainly comes from fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition, eating more pepper in winter can promote blood circulation and increase appetite.and
replenish Yin and blood. According to the principles of "Nourishing Yin in autumn and winter" and "nourishing kidney in winter", you can eat an appropriate amount of kelp, laver and jellyfish in winter, which can replenish Yin and blood.https://www.dailyq-a.com/Culture/27211.html
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