People live and work under pressure and have a lot of entertainment. These people overdraw their bodies and cause immunity to drop. They have also become a high incidence of hepatitis. But in fact, hepatitis is not terrible, it can be prevented and treated, and some daily foods can also play a role in detoxifying and protecting the liver.
Banana orange prevents cirrhosis
One, banana can prevent intestinal bleeding
There are actually many types of bananas. Patients with liver cirrhosis, after taking liver cirrhosis surgery, take an appropriate amount. But in addition, like regular care of liver cirrhosis, eating bananas is very beneficial. Banana’s bowel and laxative effects need not be introduced too much. For friends with cirrhosis, bananas can prevent intestinal bleeding. Dietary fiber in bananas can enhance the intestinal motility of patients with liver cirrhosis.
Oranges can detoxify and protect the liver
The taste of orange is sweet and sour, and the smell is fragrant and pleasant. In Chinese medicine, it is believed that oranges have the effect of relieving wind evil and stopping rickets. The vitamins in oranges, especially vitamin E and vitamin C, are very obvious for the maintenance of liver cells, the prevention of constipation, and the enhancement of immunity in patients with liver cirrhosis, especially the effects of detoxification, stomach strengthening, and spleen strengthening. In addition, oranges “relieve” liver cirrhosis. Do not remove “orange white” too much, that is, the white filaments next to the pulp. Taken together, the effect will be better.
In addition to preventing liver cirrhosis through food therapy, how to release work pressure and reasonably adequate sleep is particularly important for preventing cirrhosis and protecting liver health. White-collar workers are often long-term overtime workers. The liver load is quite large, which greatly increases the disease. Probability, so white-collar workers should pay more attention to nourishing the liver.
The main causes of cirrhosis patients:
1, stay up all night and overwork.
Often staying up late leads to insufficient sleep and excessive fatigue, which will cause relatively insufficient blood flow to the liver, affect the nutritional moisturization of liver cells, and reduce resistance, making it difficult to repair damaged liver cells and exacerbate them.
2, drinking too much.
Long-term or intermittent heavy drinking can cause liver damage. The more you drink and the longer you drink, the more serious the consequences. Alcohol will directly poison liver cells, affecting their structure and function. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that “alcohol is a hot food that damages the liver and yin.” Even drinking a large amount of cold beer in the summer will cause damage to the liver. In reality, many people do suffer from alcoholic hepatitis and fatty liver because of excessive drinking, causing liver damage.