What does the winter dietotherapy folk prescription of coronary heart disease patient have? What does coronary heart disease dietotherapy method have? This is what patients with coronary heart disease are concerned about. Coronary heart disease is one of the heart diseases. This disease does great harm to patients. Many patients' friends heard that diet can also treat coronary heart disease, so they all want to have a try. Therefore, patients' friends want to know the diet therapy for coronary heart disease.
What are the therapeutic methods for coronary heart disease?
There are many kinds of food therapy methods for coronary heart disease. Here are some nutritious porridge for patients for specific reference
Mung bean porridge: one of the therapeutic methods for coronary heart disease
[raw material] mung bean, 100 grams of North Japonica rice
[preparation] first wash the mung beans, then soak them in warm water for 2 hours, then put them into a casserole with japonica rice, add 1000 grams of water, and cook them until the soup is thick.
[usage] take it 2-3 times a day, and take it as a cold drink in summer.
[work efficiency] heat clearing and detoxification, heat relieving and thirst quenching, detumescence and lipid lowering. It can prevent arteriosclerosis; It is suitable for coronary heart disease, heatstroke, summer heat and thirst, boils, food poisoning, etc.
[should avoid] diarrhea due to deficiency of spleen and stomach should not be eaten, generally not in winter.
The second method of diet therapy for coronary heart disease: corn meal porridge
[source] food therapy
[raw material] corn flour and Japonica Rice
[preparation] mix corn flour with cold water, boil the japonica rice porridge, add corn flour and cook it as porridge.
[usage] it can be taken warm for breakfast and dinner.
[work efficiency] reduce blood fat and blood pressure. It has a certain therapeutic effect on arteriosclerosis, coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction and blood circulation disorder; It is also effective for patients with hyperlipidemia.