As the saying goes, "ten people have nine hemorrhoids." Although hemorrhoids are minor problems, they are painful. Nutrition experts believe that diet can prevent hemorrhoids and relieve the symptoms of hemorrhoids. Patients with hemorrhoids should eat more fruits and vegetables in their diet, and eat less fried and irritating foods. Keep bowel movements smooth and develop a good habit of bowing regularly every day. If you have constipation, eat honey, sesame, yogurt and so on. Avoid sitting and standing for a long time. Patients with hemorrhoids should eat the following foods regularly:
Lettuce: slightly cold in nature, sweet and bitter in taste, enters the spleen, stomach, and lung meridians, and has the functions of opening, dredging benefits, and eliminating accumulation. Lettuce is rich in vitamin C, natural folic acid, and iron. Lettuce is often eaten to promote bowel movements, prevent constipation, reduce the pressure on local blood vessels in the anus, and effectively prevent and treat hemorrhoids.
Water spinach: also known as empty tube dish. Cold in nature and sweet in taste, it has the effect of treating constipation, blood in the stool and hemorrhoids. Water spinach is most suitable for hemorrhoid patients who often dry stools.
Leek: It contains more crude fiber and is relatively tough. It is not easy to be digested and absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract. It can increase the volume of stool, promote the peristalsis of the large intestine, and prevent constipation, so it is beneficial to people with hemorrhoids and constipation.
Spinach: cool in nature, sweet in taste, nourishing blood, stopping bleeding, moisturizing dryness, smoothing the intestines, and laxative.
Sweet potato: The fiber content in the intestine can absorb a lot of water and increase the volume of stool. It is very beneficial to promote gastrointestinal motility and laxative. It is often used to treat hemorrhoids and anal fissures.
Cabbage: also known as cabbage, also known as cabbage or cabbage. The nature is calm, the taste is sweet, and eating more cabbage can increase appetite, promote digestion, prevent constipation, and is an effective food for treating hemorrhoids.
White radish: eaten raw can promote digestion and have a strong anti-inflammatory effect. Its pungent ingredients can promote gastric juice secretion and adjust gastrointestinal function. In addition, the rich crude fiber can promote gastrointestinal peristalsis and keep stool smooth.