Patients with lung disease should eat a light diet
The light diet is commonly known as "crude tea light rice", which refers to food with a lighter taste. Specifically, it is based on grains and grains, supplemented by beans, vegetables, fruits, vegetable oils and the like. Eat as little as possible.
Traditional Chinese medicine health care has always advocated a light diet, eat less fat, thick taste, and consider "fat and thick wine" as "rotten intestines." Medical doctors of all ages have advocated eating more grains, vegetables, and fruits, and emphasized that the diet "is often light and sweet, large wheat noodles, rice, etc. are better." As the saying goes: "Meat produces sputum, fish produces fire, vegetables and radishes are safe." This shows that a light diet has the effect of reducing disease and longevity. If people with lung diseases eat more fatty foods, over time, they will hurt the stomach and hinder the spleen, affecting the spleen's transport function, which will cause the lungs to lose their vitality, qi stagnation and heat, and sputum. Blocking the airway can easily induce or exacerbate asthma. It should be noted that a light diet refers to a diet that is properly prepared and not to "eat fast." For example, the Tang Dynasty medical scientist Sun Simiao believed that fish meat can also benefit the human body, but it can't be eaten too much.