Eating barley is equivalent to injecting insulin?

Eating barley is equivalent to injecting insulin?

Eating barley is equivalent to injecting insulin?

Barley is a major grain used mostly for beer.

Chinese medicine believes that barley is “sweet and cool, can quench thirst, remove annoyance, diuretic and phlegm, and regulate qi and qi.”

Recently, a USDA study showed that barley can reduce total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol.

  Like many fruits, vegetables and oats, barley replaces soluble fiber beta-glucan, a substance that lowers cholesterol.

The barley kernels also contain a natural substance, rich in trienol, which can control the activity of enzymes related to cholesterol synthesis.

Studies have shown that if you eat 100 grams of barley bran daily, it can effectively reduce the concentration of cholesterol and sugar in human plasma, which is almost the same as the effect of insulin injection.

In addition, barley fiber can also promote the growth of bacteria that are beneficial to health during initialization and improve human immunity.

Scientists believe that eating barley not only lowers blood pressure and reduces the risk of high blood pressure, but also reverses pregnancy liver. Diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular patients should eat more.

  Green barley produced in Tibet is one of the barley varieties with the highest β-glucan content in the world. The barley food made with it has great benefits in promoting health.

However, other barley foods are still rare in China, so everyone does not want to try to make them yourself.

  Pumpkin barley tincture: Boil 800 ml of water, add 150 grams of barley and boil over high heat, then add 8 red dates, and cook on low heat until the barley is cracked; add 200 grams of pumpkin (peeled and diced) and continue to boilAdd 120 grams of sugar after cooking, continue cooking until the sugar is dissolved.

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