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Danggui ginger tripe soup is suitable for people who are prone to dry mouth

  Recommendation: Department of Clinical Nutrition, Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine

   main effect: enriching blood and promoting blood circulation, warming the stomach and dispelling cold

  Recommended crowd: Those who are prone to dry mouth

   Ingredients: 20g angelica, 5 slices of ginger, 500g tripe, appropriate amount of pepper (for 2~3 servings).

   Cooking method:

   (1) Rinse the tripe first with water, then wash it with salt twice, wash it with cooking wine for the third time, wash it with cornstarch for the fourth time, rinse it with water, blanch it, and remove the slices.

   (2) Add angelica, sliced ​​ginger and tripe to the pot, add 1000ml of water, boil on high heat and boil on low heat for about 20 minutes, add salt and pepper to taste.

   Soup Comments:

   Winter is originally the season to eat cattle and sheep. Lamb is relatively fishy, ​​and many people are not comfortable with that taste. So this time I specially chose tripe to give everyone a new choice. Moreover, the tripe does not need to be cooked for too long, and the tripe after the soup can be taken out and eaten with soy sauce, which can be used as a quick soup for the family. With pepper, the effect of warming the stomach and dispelling cold is very good. The combination of angelica ginger is based on Zhang Zhongjing’s famous recipe, angelica ginger and lamb soup. The amount of angelica and ginger in the original recipe will be slightly larger. Considering that not everyone likes the taste of angelica, the amount of angelica is slightly reduced. Angelica sinensis can not only invigorate blood but also invigorate blood. Except for women, it can be used by men with deficiency of qi and blood, and elderly people with dysfunction of large intestine and yin fluid.

The winter season solves the doubts of diabetics: can tonic in winter?

   is the winter tonic season. Many diabetics have doubts: Can tonic in winter?

  Diabetes is called “diabetes” in Chinese medicine. It is mostly caused by insufficient endowment, improper diet, emotional imbalance, and overwork. It can be seen that there are many reasons for the onset of diabetes. Excessive eating is only one of the reasons, and the disease can only be caused by continuing to eat improperly when overeating exceeds the body’s ability to bear or the body itself is insufficient. Therefore, the “tonic” of diabetes should start from understanding this point.

  Taking genre “complement” is very important

The concept of    tonic is not blindly using cordyceps, ginseng, etc., nor is it blindly using sesame and walnuts for food tonic.

   Chinese medicine believes that the weakening of the body’s constitution is the main reason for the invasion of pathogens and the occurrence of diseases. Each person’s physique is different due to age, living conditions, innate endowments, and acquired care. Everyone has more or less different situations of mixed deficiency and excess. The principle of tonic is to give different tonic programs according to the individual’s specific situation. This is also applicable to diabetic patients.

   “The Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic”, there is a record about “Die Ke”. Diabetes is caused by yin deficiency and hotness in the body. Most patients with diabetes, whether they are new or chronically ill, have some associated diseases and complications, such as obesity, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, hyperuric acid, gout, coronary heart disease, and cerebral infarction And so on, it also needs conditioning.

  Choose a cream, or choose a ready-made cream or a decoction, the effect is different. The decoction can be used in four seasons and has a good conditioning effect, but the tonic effect is not as good as the ointment. Diabetes patients are essentially weak groups, and the time of tonic is the most suitable in winter, so the ointment is suitable for regulating and tonic in winter. Ready-made plasters are tonics with universal conditions and are not tailor-made according to the patient’s condition. Therefore, if you do not understand your own physical condition, it is not advisable to buy some tonics blindly, and it also violates the principle of nourishing.

  Choose the cream to “control sugar”

   For diabetic patients who are relatively young and have no symptoms or related complications, they can be supplemented by diet in winter without medication. However, if there are sub-health symptoms, such as fatigue, insomnia, poor appetite, etc., or the patient is older, has a long course of illness, is relatively weak, and has uncomfortable symptoms such as dizziness, chest tightness, numbness, swelling, frequent urination, fear of cold, susceptibility to colds, etc. , Or have multiple complications associated with disease, can be treated with ointment.

   From the point of view of the composition of the ointment, for diabetic patients, doctors generally do not choose high-sugar pieces such as jujube and longan. The glue itself does not cause blood sugar and blood lipids to increase. As for sugar, it is required for diabetic patients. Use stevia, xylitol, etc., which can improve the bitter taste of traditional Chinese medicine, but do not affect blood sugar and blood lipids. If the patient has high blood lipids, needs to give up alcohol or suffers from liver disease, go for alcohol and add spices as appropriate. Vegetarian patients or patients with high uric acid often use plain glue or agar instead. The doctor of the ointment can tailor a suitable ointment for the patient through the understanding of the medical history, tongue and pulse, living and eating habits of the diabetic patient. The patient can take it from the winter solstice until the end beginning of spring.

  Medicated diet to treat diabetes

   In ancient times, there was a saying that “medicine and food are of the same origin”. This sentence not only summarizes the root of the common development of medicine and food, but also points out that medicine and food have a complementary relationship. For this reason, the ancients invented a unique dosage form of Chinese medicine-medicated diet, which is a perfect combination of medicine and food, through the form of diet, to achieve the purpose of curing diseases.

  Medicated diet is a way of diet therapy, and it is a unique method of Chinese medicine to treat diseases. For example, yam, barley, red bean porridge, nourishes qi and invigorates the spleen, and can control blood sugar. Lycium barbarum is warm in nature, nourishes the liver and kidneys, improves eyesight and black hair. You can chew 10 grams in the morning and evening. The “Experience Recipe” said: the three flavors of wolfberry, raw rehmannia juice, wine, and three flavors were collected in a magnetic bottle, sealed for three times, soaked for 21 days and placed. Drink a cup of empty heart every morning to replenish vital energy after the beginning of spring.

   In short, diabetic patients can take care of their emotions, daily life, diet, and medications according to their own conditions to strengthen their physical fitness and spend the winter peacefully. (Yang Hua, chief physician of the Department of Endocrinology, Longhua Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

  Diabetic patients should pay attention to the ointment prescription

  ◆The ointment has a strong nourishing effect. If the patient’s tongue looks white or yellow, the doctor thinks that patients with phlegm dampness and heavy phlegm heat should be treated with Chinese medicine for two to four weeks first, that is, they must first take the prescription. After conditioning, the digestive cream can be absorbed.

  ◆Diabetes patients with poor blood sugar control should first adjust the hypoglycemic plan, and then start to take the ointment after the condition is stabilized.

  ◆If you have a cold, fever, or diarrhea while taking the ointment, you should stop the ointment, because the human digestive system is affected at this time, and continuing to take the ointment will affect the recovery of the disease and also affect the efficacy.

  ◆When taking the ointment, generally do not eat raw radish, mung beans, etc. at the same time, and the diet should be as light as possible to ensure the ointment is fully absorbed.

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