Abstract: Most of the fruits we eat have health care effects. If you are a patient, you can choose to eat some fruits symptomatically, which is very beneficial to the cooperation with clinical treatment and the recovery of the body.
Most of the fruits we eat have health care effects. If you are a patient, you can choose to eat some fruits symptomatically, which is very beneficial to the clinical treatment and the recovery of the body; if you have no choice to eat fruits, it will not only be useless, but will harm your health; if you are visiting for physical discomfort For those patients, they should choose fruits that are beneficial to the patient’s recovery. Otherwise, it will be counterproductive.
Diarrhea: It is advisable to eat grapes, pomegranates, apples, bayberry and other fruits that have astringent effects; it is not advisable to eat bananas, pears, watermelons and other cold, laxative fruits, because after eating, it may cause diarrhea and aggravate the condition.
Constipation and hemorrhoids: It is advisable to eat bananas, pears, peaches, and oranges to benefit bowel movements; not to eat persimmons, hawthorns, apples, lotus seeds, etc., because these fruits contain more tannic acid and have astringent intestinal antidiarrheal effect. Easy to cause constipation.
Ulcer and hyperacidity: It is not advisable to eat sour pears, lemons, bayberry, green plum, plums and other fruits with higher acid content to prevent damage to ulcer healing or aggravation of the disease due to a sudden increase in stomach acid.
Food accumulation, asthma: It is not advisable to eat fruits such as jujube that are easy to produce phlegm, help heat, and hinder the movement of the spleen and stomach.
Anemia: It is not advisable to eat fruits such as oranges and persimmons. Because they contain more tannins, they are easily combined with iron, which can hinder the body's absorption of iron and can also cause constipation.
Diabetes: It is advisable to eat pineapple, bayberry, cherries and other fruits that are rich in pectin, which can change insulin secretion, and have the effect of lowering blood sugar; not to eat dates, grapes, bananas, apples, pears, figs, lychees, lemons with high sugar content Wait for fruits to avoid raising blood sugar after eating, which will increase the burden on the pancreas, which is not conducive to treatment.
Hepatitis: It is advisable to eat bananas, pears, dates, oranges, apples, watermelons and other fruits that are rich in vitamin C, which protect the liver and promote liver cell regeneration.
Acute nephritis: Bananas should not be eaten if you have poor renal function or edema and need to avoid salt. Bananas contain more sodium, which can aggravate edema and increase the burden on the heart and kidneys.
Patients with severe heart failure and edema: It is not advisable to eat fruits such as watermelons, pears, pineapples, etc. that have a lot of water, because a large amount of water will make heart failure and edema worse.
Patients with high blood pressure and arteriosclerosis: Hawthorn, dates, oranges and other fruits that are rich in vitamin C, have the effect of lowering blood pressure and alleviating arteriosclerosis.
Patients with myocardial infarction and stroke: It is advisable to eat watermelon, banana, orange, peach and other fruits that help digestion; not to eat persimmon, apple, lotus seed and other fruits. Because of the astringent effect of tannin, it is easy to cause constipation and make the condition worse.
Patients with coronary heart disease and hyperlipidemia: It is advisable to eat citrus, grapefruit, hawthorn, peach, strawberry and other fruits, because these fruits are rich in vitamin C and niacin, which have the effect of lowering blood lipids and cholesterol.
Patients with respiratory tract infections: especially those with sore throat, cough, and excessive phlegm, should eat pears, loquats, oranges, grapefruit, apricots, Luo Han Guo and other fruits that can relieve phlegm, moisturize the lungs, and relieve cough.
Fever patients: It is advisable to eat pears, oranges and other fruits that have the functions of promoting body fluids and quenching thirst, relieving fever and toxins. Because fever patients sweat a lot, pears, oranges, etc. contain sufficient water and potassium, which are more beneficial to fever patients.
People with dry and hot physique: It is advisable to eat cold fruits such as pears, bananas, and watermelons; not to eat warm fruits such as grapes, oranges, dates, and cherries.