Monday, September 30, 2013

Foods for vision care

Eye strain is mainly due to excessive use of the eyes. Working in front of the computer in the office, reading books or watching TV for long time can all cause eye fatigue. Black bean tastes mildly sweet and is rich in protein, carotene, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, nicotinic acid and other nutrients. It has the efficacies of kidney strengthening, boosting blood circulation and detoxification, nourishing Yin, improving the vision and immunity. Modern medicine thinks that Chinese wolfberry can effectively alleviate fatigue, reduce blood pressure, protect liver, reduce blood sugar level, soften blood vessels, reduce blood fat and treat renal failure. Those who are physically weak, or with poor resistance should eat them often.

Black rice porridge is very favorable for computer operators and couch potatoes for long-term consumption. Taking some every day and you will be able to see the efficacy over time. Generally speaking, it is better not to exceed the amount of 20 grams a day. People with cold, fever, inflammation, diarrhea and other symptoms should not put wolfberries into the congee. You can replace Chinese wolfberry with semen cassiae though.

Black bean contain anthocyanins which are good source of antioxidant. Antioxidant can eliminate free radicals, especially in the acidic condition of the stomach. It can also tune your skin tone and promote gastrointestinal peristalsis.

It also contains rich vitamin E and VE which can eliminate free radicals, reduce wrinkles, remove spots and condition your skin. The crude fiber content in black is as high as 4%. Eating black beans often can provide rich crude fiber, promote digestion and prevent constipation.

Although black bean is of many benefits, yet it is unfavorable to eat it when it is not well done. It is especially the case with those with poor intestines and stomach function. It is suggested to make the black beans into soya-bean milk.

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