5 unique dietary therapies in the summer
In summer, people are prone to red, swollen and aching eyes, or sore throats, sore throats, swollen gums, pain in mouth ulcers, and erosion of the tongue tip.
In the summer, “getting angry” can be adjusted through diet, and “food therapy” has a unique effect.
Milk Milk Many people think that drinking milk in the summer will aggravate “getting angry” and cause irritability. In fact, not only does drinking milk in the summer not “get angry”, but also relieves heat and irritates the liver.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that milk is slightly cold, which can play a role of “detoxification” by nourishing yin and detoxifying, and that milk contains up to 70% of water, which can supplement the water lost by the human body due to sweating in summer.
It is important not to freeze the milk into ice cubes, otherwise many nutrients will be destroyed.
Strawberry Strawberry is not only delicious, but also medicinal.
Chinese medicine believes that it has the effect of “removing fire” and can clear heat, relieve fever and relieve annoyance.
Watermelon Watermelon is cool in nature. It will not cause “fire” and upset if you eat it, and it is rich in potassium, which can make up for the lack of potassium in the body caused by the body.
But be careful not to put watermelon in the refrigerator for more than 3 hours.
Soybeans Soybeans, while nourishing yin and “de-fire”, can also replenish protein that is consumed in large quantities due to high temperature.
Tomatoes Although tomatoes are visible all year round, tomatoes are the most abundant in summer, the sweetest, and the most nutritious.
It can also clear heat and detoxify, and relieve liver.