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Glaucoma diet should be avoided
Appropriate diet: 1. Eat foods that are helpful for defecation 2. Eat foods rich in vitamin E and B vitamins 3. Eat foods that are beneficial to water and blood pressure reduction
- Appropriate foodReasons for eatingFood advice
- HoneyHoney is a kind of hypertonic food, which can change the osmotic pressure of blood and intraocular aqueous humor, thus reducing intraocular pressure.Acute glaucoma can eat 100 ml of honey every day, and chronic glaucoma can eat 150 ml every day, which is taken orally three times.
- Wax gourdDiuresis food is beneficial to reduce intraocular pressure.Cook shrimps in a pot with cold water until crisp and rotten, then add wax gourd and cook until wax gourd is ripe, season with a little salt and chicken essence, and put into a bowl. (Put in less condiments)
- CornIt contains more cellulose and has the functions of invigorating spleen and preventing constipation.Musty and spoiled corn has carcinogenic effect and is not suitable for eating
- MuttonMutton is beneficial to blood, nourishing liver and improving eyesight, and has a good effect on treating postpartum anemia, tuberculosis, night blindness, cataract and glaucoma.After boiling, add 1kg mutton and 50g vinegar, fish out after boiling, and then add water and seasoning again. Mutton can be made into many kinds of delicious food with unique flavor and mellow flavor.
- Avoid eating foodReasons for avoiding eatingAvoid eating advice
- Green onionSpicy and irritating food will affect neurovascular function and induce glaucoma.It is recommended to avoid glaucoma.
- Strong teaAlthough it has diuretic function, it is often over-excited, which affects sleep and causes elevated intraocular pressure.Avoid drinking strong tea, coffee, etc.
- LardFoods high in fat.Glaucoma diet should be light and nutritious.
1. Glaucoma diet prescription
Prescription: White chrysanthemum; Antelope horn powder 0.3 g. Usage: Make tea with white chrysanthemum and take antelope horn powder. 2 times a day
Indications: It is suitable for angle-closure glaucoma with headache.
Prescription; 15 grams of asparagus, 15 grams of Ophiopogon japonicus, 120 grams of japonica rice and proper amount of rock sugar. Usage: Wash japonica rice. Add the water decocted by asparagus and Ophiopogon japonicus, and cook it into two winter porridge. Add a proper amount of rock sugar, 2 times a day, 1 small bowl each time.
Indications: It is suitable for angle-closure glaucoma with dry mouth and dry stool.
Prescription: 250 grams of flour phenol. Gastrodia elata plays the role of selling grams. Usage: Add Gastrodia elata powder into flour to make steamed bread, and take one dose every day.
Indications: It is suitable for angle-closure glaucoma with headache and elevated blood pressure (blood pressure food).
Prescription: 20 grams of longan meat and 20 red dates. Usage: Longan meat and red dates are boiled with longan and red dates soup. Take 1 dose daily
Indications: It is suitable for the elderly (food for the elderly) who have less qi and fatigue in the remission period of glaucoma.
Prescription: 35 grams of lentils, 35 grams of peas and 250 grams of rice flour. Usage: Grind lentils and peas, add rice flour, steam them into bean cakes, and eat them in different times.
Indications: Angle closure glaucoma.
Prescription: 1 turtle (about 250 grams), 9 grams of Eucommia ulmoides Oliv. Cooking wine. Appropriate amount of refined salt. Usage: Turtle is killed alive to remove internal organs, and Eucommia ulmoides Oliv. (gauze bag) is added. Season with cooking wine and refined salt in a bowl, steam over water, and remove Eucommia ulmoides Oliv. Eat soft-shelled turtles and drink soup.
Indications: It is suitable for patients with open-angle glaucoma, tinnitus, backache, red tongue and little fur.
Prescription: 1 carp (about 500g in weight), 40g adzuki bean, chopped green onion, cooking wine and refined salt. Usage: Wash carp alive, add adzuki beans (gauze bag), cook in a human pot until the fish is cooked and the soup is thick, add chopped green onion, cooking wine and refined salt to taste, and remove adzuki beans. Eat soup and fish, 2 times a day, 1 small bowl each time.
Indications: It is suitable for open angle glaucoma, eyelid edema and dysuria.
Prescription: 2 fresh citron and 60 grams of maltose. Usage: Slice fresh citron into a bowl, add malt grains, cover with water and store until citron melts into water. After cooling, make citron syrup. Take 1 tablespoon twice a day with boiling water.
Indications: It is suitable for open angle glaucoma with headache and dizziness.
Prescription: Walnut kernel 35g. Jujube kernel 20g, black sesame tok. Usage: Stir-fry walnut kernel, jujube kernel and black sesame with slow fire until yellow, and crush. 1 tablespoon, once a day, chewed or mixed with boiling water.
Indications: Open angle glaucoma.
Prescription: 120 grams of japonica rice and 10 grams of fresh plum blossom. Usage: Wash japonica rice, add fresh plum blossom, and cook into plum blossom porridge. Eat 2 times a day, 1 small bowl each time.
Indications: It is suitable for open-angle glaucoma with blurred vision and chest tightness and abdominal distension.
Prescription: Sheep Liver 200Gram, Radix Rehmanniae Rehmanniae 9g, Radix Paeoniae Alba 12g, Radix Angelicae Sinensis 8g, Rhizoma Chuanxiong 4g, Fructus Lycii 9g, Fructus Zizyphi 9g, Fructus Zizyphi 15g, Day Lily 15g, Auricularia 20g, Chicken Soup 500g, Cooked Lard, Refined Salt, Pepper, Monosodium Glutamate, Yellow Wine, Soy Sauce (Oil Food), Wet Starch, Chopped Green Onion and Jiang Mo. Usage: Wash Radix Rehmanniae Preparata, Radix Paeoniae Alba, Radix Angelicae Sinensis, Rhizoma Chuanxiong, Fructus Lycii, Semen Zizyphus Jujubae and Fructus Zaeoniae into a casserole, decoct with water to obtain medicinal juice, wash sheep liver and slice, and mix evenly with refined salt, soy sauce, yellow wine and wet starch. Place the wok over a strong heat, add the medicinal juice, chicken soup, fungus and day lily to boil. Remove into a soup bowl. Disperse the lamb liver slices into the soup, add chopped green onion and ginger powder, skim off the floating foam after boiling, add refined salt, monosodium glutamate, pepper and cooked lard after a little boiling. Eat with a meal.
Indications: It is suitable for glaucoma.
Prescription: 150g mung bean and 30g cassia seed. Usage: Wash mung beans first, put them into a casserole together with cassia seed, add proper amount of water, and decoct them into soup. Take one dose a day, which can be eaten frequently.
Indications: It is suitable for green light limit, red eyes, swelling and pain, etc.
Prescription: 3-4 sunflower flowers. Usage: Decoct in water, put half inside, and fumigate and wash eyes.
Prescription: 10g betel nut. Usage: Decoct with water, and gently diarrhea after taking it. If it does not diarrhea, the dosage can be slightly increased. If there is vomiting, abdominal pain, etc., it is a normal reaction.
Indications: Glaucoma, increased intraocular pressure.
Prescription: 20g of Notopterygium root and proper amount of white sugar. Usage: Decoct with water and add proper amount of white sugar.
Prescription: 250g milk, 20g fried walnut kernel, 30g honey (honey food) and 1 egg. Usage: Mash fried walnut kernel first; Beat the eggs, rinse with milk, add walnut kernel and peak honey, and boil before eating. Take it once a day. Serve it for several days.
Indications: Primary glaucoma.
Prescription: 15g of Adenophora adenophora, 9g of Achyranthes bidentata, 15g of Lycium barbarum, 9g of cassia seed and proper amount of honey (honey food). Usage: Decoct the first four flavors in water and take them with honey. Take one dose daily and several doses in succession.
Prescription: Plantain 9g, Asarum 1.5 g, Red Jujube 7 pieces, Antelope Horn Poplar 0.5 g. Usage: Decoct plantain, red jujube and asarum in water, and then pour antelope horn powder for oral administration. Take 1 dose daily with 5-6 doses.
Prescription: 100g sheep liver, 15g cereal essence grass and 15g white chrysanthemum. Usage: Decoct in water. Eat sheep liver and drink soup.
Prescription: 15g of Yunling, 9g of cassia twig, 15g of raw Conjuga Haliata, 9g of Prunella vulgaris, 80g of japonica rice and proper amount of brown sugar. Usage: Add 5 bowls of water to the first four medicines and fry them into 3 bowls. After removing the slag, add japonica rice and brown sugar to cook porridge. Take 1 dose daily with 7-8 doses.
Prescription: 18g of raw Concha Haliata, 15g of raw Rehmannia glutinosa, 9g of mulberry leaves, 12g of black sesame seeds (cloth bag) and proper amount of white sugar. Usage. Decoct with water. 1 sentence per day, with 6-7 doses.
Prescription: Limulus meat (or eggs) in proper amount. Usage. Cook horseshoe crab meat or eggs. Once a day, the course of treatment is unlimited.
Prescription: 30 grams of adzuki bean and 30 grams of day lily Usage: Cook with water and take.
Prescription: 15g of Rehmannia glutinosa, 9g of Celosia argentea, 6g of dried tangerine peel and 60g of japonica rice. Usage: Add water to decoct the first three flavors, and add rice to cook porridge after removing wine
Prescription: 10 grams of plantain and 7 red dates. Usage: Decoct with water, one dose per day, and take it twice.
2. What foods are good for glaucoma
Pay attention to food hygiene, eat more digestible foods, such as vegetables and fruits, and keep stool unobstructed.
3. What foods is it best not to eat for glaucoma
1) "Three taboos", that is, avoid smoking, spilling and drinking strong tea. Excessive smoking can cause retinal vasospasm and optic nerve ischemia due to nicotine. Cyanide in tobacco can cause toxic amblyopia and endanger visual function. Heavy drinking can cause telangiectasia of eyeball, aggravation of eye congestion, and even lead to acute attack of glaucoma. Although drinking strong tea often has diuretic function, it is often over-excited, affecting sleep and causing elevated intraocular pressure.
2) Try not to eat or eat less irritating foods, such as pepper, green onion and pepper.
3) Pay attention to control the amount of drinking water (especially in winter), and generally don't drink more than 500 ml at a time. Because drinking too much water at one time can cause hemodilution, decrease plasma osmotic pressure, and relatively increase aqueous humor, resulting in an increase in intraocular pressure.
(The above information is for reference only, please consult your doctor for details)