Regardless of minor illnesses or intractable diseases, whether you buy medicines or hospitals in pharmacies, we can always hear a doctor's advice: "There is a light diet. This is a sentence that cannot be refuted, but everyone understands differently. Will lead to different results.
This is not the case. The 60-year-old Lao Li has been weak all the time. He has been unable to do anything. After going to the hospital, the doctor told him that this was caused by an imbalance in diet. It turned out that a month ago, Lao Li found fatty liver and high blood pressure during the physical examination. The doctor told him to pay attention to the diet, so Lao Li used food and vegetables for food every day.
Then, the question is coming, what is the "light diet" in the doctor's mouth?
Many people, like Lao Li, have misunderstandings about "light diet". Some people think that they don't eat spicy and greasy. Some people think that they don't eat a bit of meat. They even think it is vegan.
In fact, this is not the right thing. The doctor said that the light diet is not just vegetarian, not licking! A true light diet refers to a diet that is lighter in taste, with a balanced diet, balanced diet, and reasonable nutrition.
The specific mode of “light diet” refers to “four less and one more”:
[Low oil] The daily intake of cooking oil should be controlled at 25-30 grams. Oil can be controlled with a scaled oil control pot, and it is best to use vegetable oil.
[Less salt] Adults should not consume more than 6 grams of salt per day, and eat less processed foods such as pickles, salted eggs and sausages.
[Less sugar] Try to drink less sugary drinks and eat less sweet foods.
[Spicy] The spicy taste brings the taste buds to the thrill, but also the digestive tract is afflicted, especially the stimulation of the digestive tract mucosa. People who have a bad stomach, or who have a digestive tract disease, can easily cause an acute attack of digestive tract disease, which may cause discomfort, but may cause bleeding.
[One more] is food diversification. Food diversification is not just vegetarian. The staple food should be thick and fine. The non-staple food should be matched with the ingredients, and the body needs the balanced composition, so as to ensure the body's comprehensive nutrition.
At the same time, when the "diet diet" doctor's advice is taken as a disease, for the healthy people, "vegetarian" is gradually regarded as a new regimen. Most vegetarians think that vegetarian diet is healthier, which means vegetarianism. Reduce the probability of illness.
So, is vegetarian food really healthy and safe? First of all, we also need to understand the concept of “vegetarian”.
From a vegetarian perspective, vegetarian diets can be divided into three categories:
The first is vegan, also known as vegan, that is, all animal foods, including eggs and milk, are not eaten;
The second is custard vegetarian, which generally drinks food such as milk and eggs;
The third is milk vegetarian, which is generally not taboo for dairy products.
Secondly, from the nutritional point of view, vegetarian diets with cereals, fruits and vegetables, soy foods, and mushroom fungi are mostly free of saturated fat and cholesterol, which helps to reduce some of the fat and cholesterol intake of animals. Many cause other diseases.
Therefore, "vegetarian" has certain benefits to the body. Relatively speaking, it is not easy to get hyperlipidemia or obesity, which can reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease to a certain extent.
Moreover, some people, in order to let the vegetarian food taste the meat, increase the oil intake by frying and other methods, and use more artificial flavoring agents such as spices and chicken essence. This vegetarian method is not as good as “sugar”. It is recommended to use traditional vegetarian methods.
However, long-term vegetarians are deficient in calcium, iron and other trace elements; there may be iron deficiency anemia, insufficient calcium intake, affecting normal body functions, especially for pregnant, pregnant and lactating women to avoid vegetarianism.
In short, the daily diet is reasonably matched to meet the nutritional needs of the human body, which is the standard for healthy eating.