Human blood vessels are just like water pipes. Long-term use will cause a thick layer of scale to grow on the wall of the water pipe. This is also true of human blood vessels. And as we grow older, our blood vessels are gradually aging and are prone to various cardiovascular diseases. So is there any simple way to help us protect the blood vessels from arteriosclerosis? Of course, there are two health-preserving porridges. Drink them once a day. If you stick to it for a long time, you will find that your blood vessels have become younger, your heart is stronger, and many age spots will not come to you!
1. Corn flour porridge; materials; 50 grams of corn flour, 50 grams of japonica rice
Method; first add corn flour to an appropriate amount of water and mix thoroughly, then add when the japonica rice porridge is cooked The mixed corn flour is boiled until thick and ready for consumption
Efficacy; it has the effects of invigorating the lungs, calming the heart, regulating the middle and appetizing the stomach, etc. It is suitable for arteriosclerosis, hyperlipidemia, coronary heart disease and myocardium Patients with cardiovascular diseases such as infarction.
Attention; eating corn and snails will cause poisoning, eating with oysters will hinder the absorption of zinc, eating with sweet potatoes will cause bloating. Therefore, eating polenta or corn Food should avoid eating with these foods.
2. Polygonum edulis porridge; ingredients; Polygonum multiflorum 30g,50 grams of japonica rice, 5 jujubes
How to: Put the fleece-flower root in a casserole, add some water to fry to get the thick juice, remove the residue and cook it with japonica rice and jujube as porridge.
Efficacy; Polygonum multiflorum porridge is a traditional medicinal diet. It has the effects of nourishing essence and blood, soothing the nerves, and clearing menstruation. It is suitable for the elderly with insufficient liver and kidney, yin and blood loss,And hypertension, arteriosclerosis and other diseases
I’m @周vascular Expert Liu Jiqian Thank you for your attention and reading. For questions about vascular disease, you can send me a private message.