frost season is in late autumn and the climate is very dry. At this time, people should pay attention to replenishing water in time and eat more food that moistens the lungs and resists dryness. Fruits rich in nutrition and water are also a good choice for daily consumption. Then let the old yellow calendar introduce to you which fruits are suitable for Baobao frost health preservation.
persimmons are rich in vitamins A, C and tannic acid. They have the effects of reducing blood pressure and hemostasis, clearing heat and smoothing intestines, moistening lungs and generating saliva.
however, it should be noted that persimmons should not be overused, especially when eaten with sweet potatoes and crabs. Persimmon phenols, tannins and colloids in persimmons form insoluble lumps in the stomach. These hard lumps will not only cause constipation, but also may stay in the stomach and form stomach stones.
Sydney is prone to colds when the weather is dry, especially babies aged 1-3. Can let the baby often eat some Sydney porridge, or stew Sydney with rock sugar.
Hawthorn has a high content of vitamin C, ranking the third among fruits; In addition, hawthorn is also rich in calcium, with about 85 mg per 100 grams of pulp. It is also among the best fruits, which is very suitable for the calcium needs of children and pregnant women.and
bananas are called "the fruit of wisdom". It is said that Sakyamuni, the Buddha, gained wisdom by eating bananas. Banana has high nutrition and low calories. It contains phosphorus called "salt of wisdom". It is also rich in protein, sugar, potassium, vitamin A and C. at the same time, it also has a lot of dietary fiber. It is a very good nutritional food.and
jujubes can nourish the stomach and spleen, replenish qi and generate fluid, moisten the heart and lungs, replenish the five zang organs, treat intestinal addiction, treat deficiency damage and so on. It is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat children's autumn diarrhea. It is a widely used tonic medicine.https://www.dailyq-a.com/Culture/27308.html
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