The elderly have to pay attention to eating whole grains.
Although coarse grains are rough, they are very nutritious.
Reasonable consumption of coarse grains can not only prevent complications such as constipation, arteriosclerosis, hypertension, hyperlipemia, diabetes, but also have certain anti-aging effects.
Due to the rough taste of coarse grains, it is best for the elderly to “finely” them, which has the effect of improving the taste and enhancing appetite.
Corn, buckwheat, sorghum, millet and other coarse grains can be ground into steamed steamed buns and eaten at the head.
The taro and the head can also be chopped and eaten in porridge.
Soy beans, red beans, mung beans, corn grits and other coarse grains are most suitable for porridge, and put some sweet potatoes, green vegetables, sweet porridge or salty porridge, which is very suitable for breakfast.
In addition, the elderly who like to drink soy milk for breakfast can also use these beans as raw materials to make coarse grain soy milk, add sugar, honey and other foods.
Usually, when cooking rice, you can add mung beans, red beans, corn slag, millet and other coarse grains to the rice, so that the “thickness and fineness” is delicious and delicious.
The elderly eat coarse grains, which is half of the total amount of staple food on the day, and it is best to distinguish between early and late.
You can drink coarse grain soy milk or coarse grain porridge in the morning, eat the staple food of “thickness and fineness” at noon, and eat fine staple food at night.
People usually have more activities during the day. They can eat more coarse grains at noon, which is good for digestion. If you sleep late at night, you can eat less.
In addition, when the elderly eat coarse grains, they can also drink black tea, honey water and so on.