Baked steamed bread slices are traditional Chinese medicine? Drink porridge to nourish the stomach? Misunderstood!

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The saying that baked buns can nourish the stomach and remove dampness

is this real?

Let’s take a look at a netizen’s personal experience

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Recently baked steamed bread slices are really good for treating stomach problems

Some people say it’s Chinese medicine?

they say small fire

Bake the buns until slightly brown and dry

Smells delicious, like biscuits

It is said that Chinese medicine believes that “the fragrance of coke enters the spleen”

Nourishes the spleen, nourishes the stomach and removes dampness

Useful for acid reflux, bloating

(Does that biscuits also nourish the stomach?)

Many people say it works, but I don’t really believe it.

When I went to see a Chinese doctor yesterday, I asked the doctor if the baked steamed bread slices were a blind medicine, and he said no, there is no record that the baked steamed bread slices are medicinal materials. Although many traditional Chinese medicines are baked and used as medicine, it does not mean that steamed bread is also a kind of medicinal material after baking.

The doctor said that everyone feels that the baked steamed bread slices are good for the stomach. It should be that the yeast in the steamed bread is good for nourishing the stomach, and it has nothing to do with whether it is baked or not. Compared with rice, steamed buns are softer and less irritating to the gastric mucosa, which can reduce the burden on the intestinal tract and make it easier to absorb; and steamed buns are hair products that contain yeast, which is rich in vitamins and enzymes, which can help the stomach and intestines. Digestion, reduce the burden on the stomach. If you have stomach bloating, indigestion or upset stomach, you can eat some steamed bread to relieve it.

In fact, with this effort to study whether the baked steamed bread slices can nourish the stomach, it is better to eat on time and have a light diet; if it is really uncomfortable, it is best to go to the hospital for a look. difference. Personal thoughts, do not spray.

About nourishing the stomach

What are some common mistakes?

Rumor 1: White porridge and millet porridge nourish the stomach?

Answer: Not exactly, score people

(1) Those who have no problems with the stomach : cannot drink porridge for a long time,

Stomach function belongs to “use it and lose it”. If you drink porridge for a long time, the digestive ability of the stomach will deteriorate.

(2) People with stomach blockage and bloating : drink porridge without beans,

Such as soybeans, mung beans, etc., are more difficult to digest, easy to produce gas, and aggravate stomach bloating.

(3) People with sensitive stomach : drink porridge and add viscous food.

Such as glutinous rice, yam, lotus seeds, etc., reduce gastrointestinal irritation.

(4) People who are prone to acid reflux and heartburn : can’t drink porridge,

Excessive secretion of gastric acid can make the condition worse.

Myth 2: Milk nourishes the stomach?

Answer: Not necessarily to nourish the stomach

Milk is divided into whole milk and skimmed milk. Whole milk: Contains a proper proportion of fat, which inhibits gastric acid secretion and is suitable for people with hyperacidity. But people who are lactose intolerant should drink less. Skimmed milk: The fat content is greatly reduced, even less than 1/7 of ordinary milk, so not only can it not nourish the stomach, but also easily stimulate the secretion of gastric acid.

less discomfort

Remember these 5 “Stomach Tips”

These practices can help us maintain gastrointestinal health and reduce gastrointestinal discomfort and the occurrence of gastrointestinal diseases.

Tip 1: Quit smoking and drinking

If the alcohol content in alcoholic beverages is above 20° and drinking more than 100 ml per hour, it will cause damage to the gastric mucosa.

It may then lead to congestion and erosion of the gastric mucosa, and even lead to ulcers.

Smoking not only directly damages the gastric mucosa, but also damages the microvessels of the stomach, making the gastric mucosa in a state of “hypoxia” for a long time.

Overall, smoking increases the risk of stomach ulcers, chronic gastritis, and gastroesophageal reflux disease .

For the health of yourself and your family, quit smoking and quit bars as soon as possible!

Tip 2: Chew slowly

Swallowing the food in the mouth without chewing it will increase the burden on the stomach.

If you eat too fast, you will swallow too much gas, resulting in discomfort such as stomach bloating; it is also easy to burn the oral cavity and esophageal mucosa, laying hidden dangers for oral cancer and esophageal cancer.

When eating, we can consciously remind ourselves to “chew a few more times before swallowing”, and slowly we can develop a habit.

Tip 3: Pay attention to dietary hygiene

We often say that “disease comes from the mouth”, and paying attention to some dietary hygiene details can help us prevent gastrointestinal diseases well.

for example:

Insist on washing hands before and after meals;

Cook raw and cooked dishes separately;

Refrigerated overnight dishes should be fully heated before eating;

Do not eat moldy food, etc.

Tip 4: Eat lightly

A high-salt diet refers to eating foods that are high in salt.

A high-salt diet is not only bad for the cardiovascular system, but also has a great impact on the stomach.

Long-term high-salt diet, gastric mucosa may embark on the road of “atrophy – intestinal metaplasia – neoplasia – cancer”.

If you want to nourish your stomach, try to eat less pickles and other high-salt processed foods and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits .

Tip 5: Keep a good diet record

Everyone’s gastrointestinal tract accepts different foods differently. Some people eat hot pot completely fine, while others will have stomach upsets.

You can usually pay attention to what food you eat will make you uncomfortable, record it, and try to eat less in the future.

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Editor: Chen Li

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