Avoid

Thermally warm and hot foods, acrid spices.

Recommended:

Thermal nature

Cool and cold

Organ network

Liver, lung

Flavor

Sour, a little sweet, a little bitter

To dispel wind-heat:

Vegetables

Chinese (napa) cabbage, carrots, dandelion, radish, tomatoes

To cool blood:

Vegetables

Brown seaweed, mung beans, tomatoes, spinach, celery

Beverages

Green tea, wheat beer

Grains

Wheat

T o moisten dryness:

Fruit

Bananas, pears, kiwis, watermelons

Grains

Soy beans, wheat

Spices

Honey

Nuts and seeds

Peanuts, pine nuts

Dairy products

Butter, yogurt, kefir, cream

Soy products

Soy milk, tofu

Recommended:

Wind-heat and heat in blood: Increase consumption of green tea; dandelion decoction, Belgian endive hearts salad.

Moisten dry skin:

Pear juice, baked bananas, increase consumption of soy milk products.

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