has been in charge of clinical nutrition catering work in the hospital for more than ten years, and has dealt with numerous patients. Among them, many of them are in the recovery period after operation. What can they eat to make the wound recover faster? Here, I would like to make some suggestions.
human body needs enough water intake during the wound recovery period to facilitate the excretion of toxins produced by metabolism in the body. In addition, the most important nutrients and proteins are needed, especially high-quality proteins. If the protein intake is poor during the recovery period of surgery, the wound healing will be slow and the chance of infection will be increased. Some amino acids in
proteins have positive effects on wound healing and anti infection, such as arginine, which has obvious effects on human lymphocyte immune response and wound healing after surgery. It can stimulate the growth and secretion of arginine. Arginine rich foods include seafood, lean meat, poultry, milk and its products, as well as chocolate, nuts and so on. In addition, glutamine and cysteine are essential amino acids for wound healing. Studies have shown that timely and appropriate supplementation of glutamine can effectively prevent the decomposition of muscle protein, increase the cell volume and promote muscle growth through the hydration of cells. When we eat meat, we always like to eat meat next to the bone. It is not only delicious, but also more biting. It is because glutamine is more present in the muscles of bones, and the rest is in the lung, liver and stomach tissues of animals. Cysteine is a common amino acid in organisms, which can be transformed from methionine in vivo. Methionine rich foods are fish and eggs. ▲