Healthy living begins with a healthy diet

Some people usually do not eat breakfast, only eat lunch, eat big dinner, love to drink iced drinks, love to eat pickled food, they sit and do little exercise every day, they feel stress when they come nervous. Nowadays, our life is getting better and better, but our spleen and stomach are getting worse and worse, and the reason why is not known. It is caused by improper diet. So we can see that many diseases are harmful about the spleen and stomach.

Here are the following
1. Frozen staple food purchased by the supermarket.
Frozen staple foods such as frozen dumplings contain too much fat, salt and calories, and excessive or regular consumption is harmful to health.

Reduce the intake of trans fatty acids: trans fatty acids are prone to dyslipidemia, obesity, excessive intake is harmful to humans, and foods containing trans fatty acids are: margarine, western pastry, chocolate pie, coffee mate, fast food, etc.
2, sugar-free food.
Sugar-free foods such as sugar-free cola and non-confectionery contain artificial sweeteners. Although these sweeteners reduce calories, they can stimulate appetite, increase people’s desire for sugar, and may increase the risk of certain cancers.
3. Carbonated drinks.
Carbonated drinks have high heat, high sugar and low nutrition. Drinking  a lot can lead to gain weight and increase the risk of diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. A number of studies have found that artificial sweeteners added to beverages are associated with a variety of cancers.
4. Processed meat.
Studies have found that excessive intake of processed meat such as hot dogs and sausages increases the risk of pancreatic cancer and diabetes. In addition, eating too much meat can increase the risk of bowel cancer.
When it comes to the four foods that hurt the spleen and stomach, you should also know how to protect our spleen and stomach better. To prevent spleen and stomach diseases, the key is to protect the normal function of the spleen and stomach. Therefore, you should always pay attention to the maintenance of it, then how to maintain it?

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First, a healthy diet is the key to maintaining the spleen and stomach.
The diet should be regular, three meals regularly, quantitative, not overeating. Always eat vegetables and fruits to meet the needs of the body and keep the stool smooth. Eat less foods which are irritating and difficult to digest such as hot and sour, fried, hard and sticky foods, and eat cold foods as little as possible.
Second, we must do appropriate sports activities.
Appropriate physical exercise can increase the gastrointestinal function of the human body, increase the gastrointestinal motility, increase the secretion of digestive juice, promote the digestion of food and the absorption of nutrients, and delay the aging of the digestive system.
Third, emotional factors have a great impact on appetite, digestion, and absorption.
Therefore, to maintain the spleen and stomach, we must have a good mood first. According to research, bad mood may lead to decreased appetite, abdominal fullness, heating, indigestion, etc. Good mood is beneficial to the normal activities of the gastrointestinal system.

healthy eating tips
How to eat and eat is equally important. The following 5 dietary tips can be used as a healthy diet guide to help you make the most effective use of the food you eat.
1.How much should we eat
The study found that the human brain works most efficiently on an empty stomach. The researchers found that the human body produces hunger when it is fasting. Hunger is a hormone that transmits information about stomach hunger to the brain. Interestingly, this hormone seems to have other functions. Hunger can stimulate and improve the performance of the hippocampus. The hippocampus is part of the brain’s learning, memory, and spatial analysis that keeps us alert, active, and focused. This does not imply that we should not eat, but let us be conscious of how much we eat.

2.Eat the right food at the right time
Eating different foods in different seasons can help the body adapt to climate change.
For example, in December, some foods can produce calories in the body, such as sesame and wheat. In the winter, people who are not commonly used in skin creams often crack because of the cold weather. Therefore, people eat sesame every day. Sesame keeps your body warm and your skin clean. The body is full of heat and the skin will not crack.

3.balanced diet
Eat more vegetables, lentils, beans and a variety of cereals.
It is very important to eat more grains in your daily diet. Traditionally, people often eat a lot of mung beans, beans and a variety of cereals. But it has been reversed, because if one consumes too much carbohydrate and too little other substances, his long-term health will be seriously affected.