In spring, the amount of activity starts to increase, at the same time, blood circulation is accelerated and nutritional consumption is increased. At this time, regulating the liver can increase resistance. Shen Yanying, deputy director of Chaoyang Hospital, pointed out that spring is a suitable season for liver nourishment. If you want to nourish your liver, eat more chicken liver and duck blood.
In addition to avoiding overwork, diet is very important. Experts remind the public, Take the dirty liver and chicken first. Chicken liver belongs to Ganwen food, which can nourish blood, nourish the liver, and warm the stomach. It is a good choice to nourish the liver, and has a stronger effect than other animal livers. Take three fresh chicken livers and 100 grams of rice, and take them after cooking the porridge. This method of tonic is especially suitable for middle-aged and elderly people with insufficient liver and blood, as well as people with loss of appetite or dry eyes and tears. In addition, people who feel numb limbs can take 5 chicken livers and 20 grams of Gastrodia elata, at the same time steamed, take it once a day, persist for half a month, and the effect is good.
In addition, eating duck blood can nourish the liver, which is also a method of liver nourishment commonly used in Chinese medicine. Take 100 grams of duck blood, 100 grams of catfish, 100 grams of rice, and cook with porridge to eat, can nourish liver blood, but also treat anemia.
In addition, many people easily feel sleepy in the spring. Peng Yuqing, director of the sub-health department of the Oriental Hospital affiliated to Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, pointed out that if you feel tired, you must find the cause and identify the symptoms. To reduce the occurrence of fatigue, first of all, to maintain a comfortable mood, secondly to go to bed early and get up early, especially in the morning do not snooze, if you feel tired you can do aerobics.
Eat less Yang Yang foods, such as fried and spicy foods; eat more moisturizing and tonic foods, such as duck meat, lotus root, lotus root, lily, yam, pumpkin, walnut, etc.; Also use mulberry leaves, mint, Chrysanthemums soaked in water have the effect of clearing heat and setting fire.