First, the common bad eating habits are as follows:
(A) willful eating, overeating
Long-term overeating can induce pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer. The mortality of pancreatic cancer is as high as 20% to 40%.
Based on the daily calorie intake of the human body, the most appropriate ratio should be 30% for breakfast; 40% for lunch; 30% for dinner; and eating too much is not good!
(B) love coffee and love strong tea
Strong tea and coffee are central stimulants, which can directly affect the gastric mucosa through nerve reflex, leading to gastric mucosal hyperemia, dysfunction of secretion, destruction of the mucosal barrier, and gastritis and gastric ulcer.
(3) Too spicy, too hot
The gastric mucosa is very delicate. Eating too hot or too hot can irritate the stomach and cause a burning sensation.
If you eat too hot, you will burn the gastric mucosa. The gastric mucosa will be burned continuously, which will cause gastritis and even gastric cancer!
(4) Excessive drinking, love smoke and become magic
When smoking, the smoke will enter the stomach along the digestive tract and directly stimulate the gastric mucosa. Drinking alcohol can directly damage the gastric mucosal barrier, causing congestion, edema, erosion, and even bleeding.
(5) Unpredictable meals
The stomach is an organ that strictly follows the “schedule”, and the secretion of gastric juice has physiological peaks and troughs throughout the day to facilitate timely digestion of food.
If gastric acid and pepsin are not neutralized by food, they will digest your stomach and cause damage to the gastric mucosa. “Abandoned sleep and forget to eat” will slowly erode the health of the stomach.
Second, the daily health regimen of the stomach
(1) Eat regularly and eat regularly. This point is especially important for nourishing the stomach. We often say, “Sometimes how to eat is more important than what to eat.” That’s the truth.
(2) Do not overeat raw, cold, spicy, fatty foods, especially children, the elderly and infirm, and patients with stomach problems.
(3) Don’t overeat every meal, especially dinner. Especially for middle-aged and elderly people, it is better not to allow the stomach to work at full capacity every day when the entire body is relatively diminished. It’s like an old truck that has been in operation for more than a decade, and it is full every day, and the car will be scrapped faster.
(D) Maintaining a happy mood is also an important factor in nourishing the stomach. In Chinese medicine, emotional (ie, emotional) health has always been valued. Conversely, if long-term bad emotional stimulation becomes an important cause of human illness, the so-called emotional illness. Modern medicine also believes that some stomach diseases (such as stomach cramps, gastric ulcers, etc.) are closely related to long-term mental stress and excessive stress.
Third, medicated health
(1) Longan wolfberry porridge
15g longan meat, 10g wolfberry, 5 red dates, 100g japonica rice. First wash the above ingredients separately, boil the rice in a casserole over medium heat and boil the rice for 15 minutes, then add longan meat, wolfberry, jujube (denucleated) to cook porridge, serve on an empty stomach in the morning and before bed at night 1 time. This porridge has the effect of nourishing blood and nourishing the heart and soothe the nerves, and can treat the symptoms of blood deficiency, dizziness, tinnitus, and insomnia in the elderly.
(Two) sesame and walnut porridge
50g each of black sesame and walnut, 100g of rice. Wash the rice, add water to the casserole and boil it on a hot fire. Then add mashed sesame and walnuts to cook the porridge. Add a little sugar and mix evenly. This porridge has the effect of strengthening the brain and nourishing the kidneys, and can treat diseases such as kidney deficiency, dream insomnia and low back pain in the elderly.
(3) Walnut Poria Congee
50g walnut kernels, 25g indica rice, 100g japonica rice. Soak walnut kernels in hot water and grind them separately with Poria. Wash the japonica rice, add the appropriate amount of Poria and water, boil it in a casserole, boil for 30 minutes on low heat, add walnut kernels, cook for another 20 minutes, season with a little refined salt and sesame oil, and eat twice in the morning and evening. It has the effect of increasing brain intelligence, strengthening the spleen and calming the nerves, and can treat the symptoms of insomnia, forgetfulness and dreaminess caused by the deficiency of the heart and spleen in the elderly.