Summer diet, stick to four less
Eat less warm fruits.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that when food enters the body, it will produce the effects of “cold, hot, warm, and cold.”, Generally divided into “warm”, “cold and cold”, “ganping” three categories.
The so-called warm fruits refer to fruits with high transformation density and high sugar content.
After eating, it is easy to get angry.
Warm fruits are: jujube, chestnut, peach, apricot, longan, litchi, cherry, pomegranate, pineapple, durian and so on.
People with a hot constitution should eat all kinds of fruits in moderation.
Eat less meat, especially lamb. Beef is easily irritating.
When the temperature exceeds 35 ° C, the blood viscosity of a person due to sweating is increased, and his temper is irritable.
In fact, the ratio of calcium in meat is not high. Eating more food will cause the calcium concentration in the body to be too low, and it will increase the tendency of irritability and irritability.
Too much meat can harden blood vessels and high blood pressure.
Eat less peanuts, walnuts, cashews, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, almonds, pistachios and other nuts.
Nuts contain very high traces, and the conversion in 50 grams of seeds is equivalent to a large bowl of rice.
For the average person, eating about 30 grams of nuts a day is a more appropriate amount.
Nuts have the function of heating the body, so they should be eaten in winter and less in summer.
Use less hot seasoning.
Star anise, fennel, cumin, cinnamon, pepper, white pepper and other hot seasonings, which make people intolerable, will cause some substitutions in the digestive and urinary tracts.
Consuming hot seasonings can cause constipation, hemorrhoids, flatulence, oliguria, dysuria, kidney pain, etc. At the same time, it can cause systemic diseases, such as angular cheilitis, pharyngitis, conjunctivitis, cripples, heat stroke and so on.
Patients with chronic diseases consume hot seasonings, which can lead to aggravated conditions.
Therefore, it is not appropriate to use hot seasonings in summer cooking.