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Red jujubes nourish your liver

Red date is not only a food popular with people, but also a commonly used traditional Chinese medicine. Red jujubes can protect the liver, promote the spleen function, lower cholesterol level, increase white blood cells and fight against allergy, etc.
Modern pharmacological studies have found that red jujube contains protein, amino acids, sugar, organic acids, vitamin A, vitamin B2, vitamin C, Vitamin P and trace elements such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, magnesium, aluminum, and a lot of ring adenosine phosphate. It is of mild properties, sweet taste and has the function of nourishing the spleen, calming the nerves, replenishing qi, nourishing blood, detoxifying and easing side effects of medicine.

As red jujube contains triterpene compounds, it can inhibit the activity of hepatitis virus. In addition, red jujube can also improve the phagocytosis of mononuclear phagocytes in the body system, protect the liver and enhance immunity. Some patients with chronic liver disease have relatively less protein in the body. Red jujube is rich in amino acids which are helpful for the protein synthesis. It can prevent the symptoms of low protein and achieve the goal of spleen to liver nourishment. For some patients with chronic liver disease, in addition to regular monitoring under the guidance of the doctor, they can eat some natural red jujube every day to protect liver.Methods of eating jujubes are various: steaming, simmering, soaking and boiling, etc. The most commonly used method is to put the red jujubes in the water for boiling. It will not affect its efficacy of liver nourishment and can distance you from the diarrhea caused by eating raw jujubes. Take 10-30 grams of red jujubes. Wash them clean and use a knife to draw straight lines in the skin to help the nutrients stilling into the water. Add right amount of water and cook for 1 hour or so. Also can in the porridge to join the red jujube, jujube congee. In addition, it is also practical to put the red jujubes into congee such as lotus seed congee and peanut congee.Although red jujubes are of great health benefits, you are likely to get bilge gas if you eat too many at a time. Pay attention to controlling the intake. Those with excessive moisture in the body or yellowing coating on the tongue should not eat red jujubes.

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