is one of the traditional health preserving methods in China, and it is also helpful to prevent three high. In fact, it’s easy for people to have diarrhea if they are fed with coarse grains, which is an effective way to cure the stomach.
if the body is weak, dyspepsia, prone to stomach blockage, flatulence and other conditions, it is appropriate to use less or no soybean, black beans, mung beans and other food materials, because they are really hard to digest, and easy to produce gas. Other miscellaneous beans account for less than 1 / 3 of the raw materials, such as kidney beans, adzuki beans, chickpeas, etc. can be used, but before cooking, it is best to fully soak for more than 8 hours. If it’s a blur, it’s even better. With these beans, you can add brown rice, millet, big yellow rice, white sorghum rice and other whole grain ingredients. You can also add lotus seeds, dried yam, and some jujube meat and longan meat to increase the sweet flavor. Such porridge, nutritional value is both high, gastrointestinal and very friendly, indigestion people will like it very much. If
are prone to fatigue, diarrhea after eating cold food, and no disease is found, it shows that the intestinal tract is very sensitive and the absorption capacity is poor. Therefore, we can add some soft and easily digestible food materials such as glutinous rice, yellow rice, sticky sorghum, yam, lotus seeds, etc. If the chewing ability of
is poor, and the stomach power is insufficient, and even the whole grain that has not been chewed can be seen in the stool, it is better to make the food directly into paste to drink, and the digestion and absorption effect will be more guaranteed.
need to remember that the coarse grain porridge or coarse grain paste used to nourish the stomach must be thick enough, otherwise the nutrition is too thin, it will bring weight loss effect and hunger, and malnutrition will lead to poor digestion. Finally, a word of advice: diabetic patients can not use this method of cooking porridge and battering, so as to avoid the rapid rise of postprandial blood glucose. ▲