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Frost Health recipe Hawthorn porridge for nourishing blood and strengthening heart

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

hawthorn is a common snack in daily life. Besides the good taste of sour, sweet and sweet, it also has rich health preservation effects such as appetizer and digestion, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, reducing blood lipid and anti-aging. In particular, hawthorn itself is not hot, which is more loved by female friends, and hawthorn can also be used as food, Today's old yellow calendar will introduce a frost drop health preserving recipe with the effect of nourishing blood and strengthening heart - Hawthorn porridge.

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Hawthorn porridge preparation method ingredients: 50 grams of hawthorn and japonica rice respectively, with an appropriate amount of rock sugar. Methods: 1. Wash, nucleate and slice hawthorn; 2. Wash the japonica rice and soak it in clean water for 15 minutes; 3. Put japonica rice and hawthorn into the pot and cook them together; 4. When the porridge is cooked, add rock sugar and mix well. Health Preserving Effects of

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: hawthorn is flat in nature, sweet and sour in taste; Return to the spleen, stomach and liver channels. Hawthorn contains sugar, vitamin C, protein, carotene, malic acid, iron and other components, which can enhance appetite, help digestion and eliminate congestion.

modern research has proved that hawthorn flavonoids in hawthorn have a certain cardiotonic effect, which can increase blood output and strengthen the contractile capacity of the heart. In addition, hawthorn also helps to relieve local congestion and has auxiliary curative effect on traumatic injury.

eating skills: Hawthorn can be eaten with skin, because the peel of hawthorn is also rich in nutrition. It should be noted that Hawthorn tastes sour and will become more sour after heating. Rinse your mouth and brush your teeth immediately after eating.

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