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Friday, October 08 2010

First, the best nut--peanut 
The content of protein in a peanut kernel is up to 26%, which is two times of that in wheat. What's more, it is easily absorbed by the body. Peanut contains 40% of fat, in which the unsaturated fatty acids account for more than 80%. The nutritional value of peanut is higher than that of the grains and it can be comparable with eggs, milk, meat and some other animal foods.

Cooked peanut not only is easy to digest and absorb, but also plays an important role in health care. Peanut can inhibit the dissolution of fibrin, promote the neogenesis of platelets, strengthen the contracting function of the capillaries, treat thrombocytopenia, prevent the hemorrhagic disease, etc. What's more, peanut also has the effects of lowering blood pressure and adjusting cholesterol.

The best vegetable: lotus root 
During the autumn, the weather is very dry, so eating some lotus root can play the role of replenishing the vital essence and removing heat, moistening the dryness and quenching the thirst, as well as purifying the heart and soothing the nerves. Meanwhile, lotus root is warm in nature and has the function of contracting the blood vessel, so it can also nourish the lung and blood.

In addition to the large amount of carbohydrates, lotus root also contains plenty of protein and various kinds of vitamins and minerals. What's more, it is also rich in dietary fibers, so it is very useful for the treatment of constipation.

The best drink: yellow rice wine 
Yellow rice wine is the national specialty in China, and it is also one of the oldest wines in the world. Yellow rice wine contains 18 kinds of amino acids, which are all essential to human body. What's more, yellow wine also contains abundant functional oligosaccharides, which can improve the immunity and the resistance against disease of human body. This function of yellow rice wine is incomparable by grape wine or beer.

The best fruit: pear 
Pear is not only fresh and tender, but is also very juicy, which contains 85% water. It is rich in vitamins and calcium, phosphorus, iron, iodine and other trace elements, so it is known as the "natural mineral water".

Different ways of eating pears can produce different effects. For example, eating raw pears can significantly relieve the symptoms of the infection of the upper respiratory tract such as dry throat, itching, pain and so on. While if the pear is cooked or steamed, it can play the role of replenishing vital essence and nourishing the lung, relieving the cough and eliminating phlegm. What's more, it is also very effective in the prevention and treatment of gout, rheumatism and arthritis.

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