The poem says, \”Autumn is known by falling leaves.\” Today on the road, I saw a fallen leaf floating into the basket of a bicycle. The beginning of autumn has passed, and although the weather has not cooled down, with the appearance of fallen leaves, it has gradually begun to smell like autumn. One of the most annoying things in autumn is that you often feel dry mouth. That\’s because the moisture in the air gradually decreases, making it drier. The best way to prevent dryness is to consume a lot of water, but many children find cold and plain food tasteless, so they don\’t like to drink water, which eventually leads to internal heat. In fact, drinking water is not the only way to relieve autumn dryness! Have you eaten all the eight gold medal fruits in autumn? 1. Qiuli Scientists and doctors call pears \”general practitioners\” because of a research result: people who eat more pears are far less likely to catch a cold than people who don\’t eat or eat less pears. Children\’s resistance is weak, especially in early autumn. Frequent adding and taking off clothes is very likely to cause colds. Eating more pears can improve the respiratory system and lung function, and also protect the lungs from dust in the air. In addition, the rich water in pears can relieve dryness, clear away heat and detoxify, promote body fluids and moisturize dryness, clear the heart and reduce fire. This is another major reason why most mothers want their children to eat pears all year round. In addition, the MSN website also points out that pears are rich in dietary fiber, which can help people lower cholesterol levels and help lose weight. Therefore, eating pears often in autumn can also prevent children from having an appetite and gaining \”autumn fat\” after autumn! How to eat Qiuli? Eating raw can clear away heat: Due to the cold nature of pears, pears can clear away heat and reduce fire when eaten raw or juiced, and can effectively relieve symptoms such as dry cough and thirst. Eating cooked to moisten the lungs: Stew pears into soup, or steam them in water, which has the effect of moistening the lungs and relieving coughs. It should be noted that some mothers boil pears for their children when they encounter a cough, which is wrong. In fact, boiled pears can relieve cough only if the child suffers from dry-heat cough or wind-heat cough. Wind-cold cough cannot be relieved! 2. Grapes: Many children are prone to autumn sleepiness in autumn, and the glucose, organic acids, amino acids, vitamins, etc. in grapes can stimulate the brain nerves and make them excited, thereby effectively relieving sleepiness and fatigue. It is not easy to gain weight by eating grapes. It is recommended that mothers can eat a dozen fresh black grapes or green grapes every day, and squeeze the skin and seeds together for consumption. It can also delay aging and beautify the skin. How to eat grapes? To eat raw: Be sure to wash the grapes, put them into water sprinkled with flour, soak them for a few minutes, remove the white frost on the grapes, and then rinse them with clean water. Grape juice: Throw the whole grapes into a juicer, including the skin and seeds. The resveratrol in grape skins and the proanthocyanidins in grape seeds can not only beautify, but also improve immunity and even prevent cancer! 3. Banana legend: Tathagata Buddha gained wisdom by eating bananas, so bananas are called the \”fruit of wisdom.\” Later, scientists discovered that bananas contain phosphorus, the \”salt of wisdom\”, and are rich in protein and vitamins. They are high-quality nutritional fruits. In addition, bananas also contain the human body’s “happy hormone” pantothenic acid, which can help relieve children’s boredom about starting school and worries about homework, making them happy! How to eat bananas? Eat raw: On average, each banana contains 89 calories. Therefore, if your child is hungry in the afternoon, you can choose to eat a banana to relieve stress.Relieve hunger and replenish energy in time! Banana milk: Pour half a banana + a bottle of pure milk into a juicer and blend at high speed, about 1 to 2 minutes. Original banana milk is out of the oven, much healthier than the banana milk in the supermarket! 4. Kiwi fruit The nutrients rich in kiwi fruit can be regarded as the best among fruits. In addition to being rich in vitamins C, A, E, potassium, and magnesium that are common in fruits, there are also rare nutrients: folic acid, carotene, calcium, lutein, amino acids, etc. Insist on eating a kiwi fruit every day to help supplement your child\’s daily nutritional needs and promote their healthy growth and development! In addition, kiwi fruit is rich in dietary fiber, which has the effect of moisturizing and laxative. However, kiwi fruit is cool in nature, and eating too much may cause diarrhea and abdominal pain. One fruit a day is just right! How to eat kiwi fruit? Eat raw: It takes several days for kiwi fruit to mature. You can put kiwi fruit and banana together and seal them. Bananas will emit the natural ripening agent \”ethylene\”, which can promote the kiwi fruit to become soft and sweet. Juicing: Kiwi fruit can be juiced with a variety of fruits. Apples, pears, grapes, etc. are all \”good partners\” for kiwi fruit juice. 5. Pomegranate Pomegranate is often used to describe women, such as \”falling under the pomegranate skirt\”. Yes, pomegranate has many benefits for mothers: it is rich in minerals and has more antioxidants, and it is a fruit that can keep mothers “young forever”. At the same time, pomegranates are also suitable for children! Pomegranate is rich in vitamins that are twice as much as apples and twice as much as pears, and have high nutritional value. In addition, the organic acids it contains can help promote digestion. Many children have a big appetite in autumn and may suffer from indigestion if they eat too much. You can try eating a few pomegranates to help with digestion! How to eat pomegranate? Eat raw: Children should not eat too much, and the elderly and people with weak gastrointestinal functions should not eat too much. Eat up to half a day! Normal people can only eat one a day! Pomegranate juice: When squeezing pomegranate juice, it is best to throw the pomegranate seeds into the juicer. Some mothers find it troublesome to peel pomegranates. Here is a quick way to peel pomegranates. 1. Cut off the top cover of the pomegranate; 2. Slit the shell along the white membrane in the pulp; 3. After slicing, gently break the pomegranate; 4. Use small dice to mark the sides of the pomegranate shell. Beat until all the pomegranates fall away. (Picture from Miaozhaojie) 6. Lemons Lemons are rich in vitamin C, and vitamin C can improve human immunity and prevent colds. It is most suitable now that the seasons change. In addition, if your child really catches a cold, you can give him lemon water to drink in the early stages of the cold. Make sure to consume at least 800ml of lemon water every day, and symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, and nasal congestion can also be relieved to a certain extent. How to eat lemon? Lemon water: A glass of lemon water before a meal can help your child\’s appetite; a glass of lemon water after a meal can help with digestion. Honey lemon: After washing the lemon with salt, slice it into slices, take a clean bottle, put a slice of lemon and a spoonful of honey in the bottle, fill it and put it in the refrigerator to seal and store it. After 2 days, mix lemon and honey thoroughly, add appropriate amount to cold boiled water and drink. 7. Apples Apples are rich in zinc, which can promote growth and development, as well as composition and memory.Related nucleic acids and proteins are indispensable elements, so children eating more apples can enhance their memory and strengthen their brain and intelligence. In addition, eating apples can also prevent dental caries and periodontitis. According to research, if an apple is eaten within 15 minutes, the organic acids and fruit acids in it can kill the bacteria in the mouth. This plays a role in protecting teeth. How to eat apples? Eat raw: Be careful not to eat apple cores when eating apples. They contain a small amount of hydrocyanic acid. If children chew the cores often, they may become dizzy. Steam and eat: Steaming apples can help stop diarrhea and detoxify. Cut the skin into small pieces, put it in a bowl and steam it for 5 minutes. 8. Fresh dates: Fresh dates are known as \”vitamin pills\” because they contain a large amount of vitamins, far exceeding other fruits, and have extremely high nutritional value. How to eat fresh dates? Eat raw: Fresh dates cannot be stored well and will lose their crisp texture within a few days at room temperature. Therefore, they should be eaten as soon as possible to prevent loss of nutrients. In addition, it is not advisable to eat too much fresh dates. Adults can only eat 8-10 per day, and children should eat half of it. Don’t listen to the misinformation about “eating fruit” anymore! Regarding fruits, we always hear adults say that it is good to eat this way and bad to eat that way. In the end, we don’t know how to eat them. The most impressive rumor is that \”Fruit eaten in the morning is gold, fruit eaten in the afternoon is silver, and fruit eaten in the evening is scrap metal.\” Are these hearsay rumors true? Let’s reveal some misinformation about “eating fruits”! Myth 1: Eating fruits before meals affects digestion. Fruits are rich in sugars, and the crude fiber in fruits can easily cause a \”feeling of fullness\” and reduce appetite. Therefore, eating fruit half an hour before meals can increase satiety but will not affect digestion! Eating fruit before meals can also help us reduce our intake of high-fat and high-protein foods, thereby avoiding overeating. Myth 2: If you eat fruit after a meal, the fruit will \”rotten\” in the stomach. In fact, you can eat fruit 1 hour after a meal. You can try to choose acidic fruits such as lemons, hawthorns, and kiwis and eat them in small amounts, which can effectively promote digestion. . Myth 3: Fruits should not be eaten on an empty stomach. This especially refers to people with poor digestive function who should not eat fruits on an empty stomach. In addition, fruits with a strong sour taste should not be eaten on an empty stomach. But sweet fruits such as apples, pears, and peaches are safe to eat! Myth 4: Eating fruit in the morning is gold, eating fruit in the afternoon is silver, and eating fruit in the evening is iron. Absorbing the nutrients in the fruit has nothing to do with time! What really affects nutrient absorption is the secretion of digestive juices and gastrointestinal peristalsis in the human body! If the gastrointestinal function is normal, the absorption of fruits will be the same whether in the morning, afternoon or evening! How to eat fruit effectively? Although eating fruit is simple, if you want to eat it effectively, you should also pay attention to the following points: 1. Pay attention to the combination of fruits. For example, when eating durian, pair it with mangosteen. The heat-clearing mangosteen can neutralize the \”fire\” of durian. In addition to the above \”hot and cold combinations\”, nutritionist Natalie Olsen of the American health website \”healthline\” provides 6 fruit combinations: \”Anti-inflammatory\” combination: cherry + pineapple + blueberry \”Immune boosting\” combination: grapefruit + kiwi + strawberry\” Anti-aging” combination: fig + redGrape + pomegranate \”detoxification\” combination: wolfberry + watermelon + lemon \”beauty\” combination: blackberry + papaya + cantaloupe \”energy supply\” combination: banana, avocado, apple 2. The best time to eat fruit There are two best times to eat fruit. The best time is to arrange it during the meal, such as vegetable and fruit salad; the other is to arrange it between two meals, such as around 3 pm. Eating fruit at 3 pm can not only increase a certain sense of fullness, but also not increase the burden on the gastrointestinal tract. There is no need to worry about children eating too much fruit and not being able to eat. 3. Eat in moderation. Eating too much cold fruits can easily cause diarrhea; eating too much hot fruits can easily cause internal heat; eating too much warm fruits can lead to malnutrition. 4. If the fruit is rotten, it cannot be eaten. If the fruit has been stored for a long time and becomes rotten, it should be thrown away in time. Some frugal mothers think this is too wasteful. But the fact is that patulin is produced when fruit rots, and it can quickly spread to other parts! It may seem like the fruit is still healthy after digging out the rotten areas, but in fact, you are simply eating a moldy fruit that has been infected! In autumn, in addition to preparing golden fruits for children, we can also do the following \”autumn health care\” that can be applied to children. 1. Adjust your state and calm your mind. It’s almost mid-August, and it’s time for your children to adjust their state of mind and be ready to go back to school. However, after all, it is still summer vacation, and entertainment activities must still be included, but they must not be too \”exciting\”. Instead, gradually add some quiet projects, such as reading, listening to music, etc. 2. It is better to sweat slightly when exercising. In autumn, it is no longer recommended that children sweat profusely, but it is best to sweat slightly. Coupled with the dryness of autumn, excessive perspiration may cause the child to have a temporary \”yin deficiency\” problem, which is also not conducive to health preservation in autumn. 3. Take good care of your child\’s lungs. In the early morning when the temperature is not too high, you can take your child to bask in the sun and do standard chest expansion exercises, which is beneficial to your child\’s lung health. In addition, you should eat more vegetables to keep the large intestine open, expel garbage from the body in time, and reduce the occurrence of lung heat. 4. Regular work and rest. Going to bed early and getting up early should be what every child should do all year round. However, due to the indulgence in summer vacation, many children are almost \”reversing black and white\”, which is very detrimental to their growth and development. Starting today, gradually adjust your child\’s schedule, go to bed early and get up early, and make a smooth transition when school starts in September. Finally, don’t underestimate the ultraviolet rays in autumn, they are no weaker than those in summer! Be sure to protect your children from the sun, hold an umbrella when going out, and replenish water in time to avoid heat stroke!