Apricot is good for diabetes. Apricot is rich in nutrients, rich in protein and crude fat. It contains various organic ingredients and essential inorganic salts. It also contains calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium and other minerals and multivitamins. It is also rich in polyphenols and flavonoids. Which can act through islet beta cell function, regulates blood sugar, and has a role in improving diabetes and its complications. The sugar content of apricot is 11%-13%. Because the ingredients contained in apricot are beneficial to diabetic patients, diabetic patients can eat apricot after the blood sugar reaches the standard.
The efficacy and role of apricot
Stimulate appetite, moisten lung and calm asthma, beautify skin
- Promote appetite: Apricots are rich in organic acids, and taste sweet and sour, which can promote the secretion of saliva and effectively promote appetite.
- Moisturizing the lungs and relieving asthma: Apricots are mild in nature, sweet and sour in taste, enter the lung meridian and large intestine meridian, and their ingredients can calm the respiratory nerve center after being absorbed by the human body, so it can relieve cough and asthma.
- Beauty and beauty: Apricots are rich in various vitamins and phenolic substances, which have antioxidant effects after entering the body. It can remove excess free radicals in the body, slow down the aging process of cells, is beneficial to the maintenance of facial skin, and has certain beauty and beauty effects.
How to eat apricots
1. Eat raw
Soak the apricots in salt water for 10 minutes, wash them and eat them directly.
2. Pickled sauce
Wash the apricots and drain. Cut the core into small pieces and store in a sealed bottle. Sprinkle the sugar and wait for 2 days, you can see that the apricots start to ooze water, then pour the apricots and the juice inside into the pot, add a small amount of water, boil over low heat until it becomes thick.
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