Avoid eating spicy food. Foot lice are not only highly contagious, but may also cause cross-infection of limbs, causing diseases such as hyperthyroidism, femoral hernia, and body sputum. Along with this it causes great pain to patients. Therefore , it is necessary to actively treat the ankle and to do daily nursing work.
People suffering from athlete’s foot must remember not to eat spicy food because spicy foods(such as pepper, garlic, ginger, etc.) and drinks (such as wine, tea) can affect the agitate activity of sympathetic nerve. This causes the excretion of sweat in the hands and feet. This moist environment is conducive to the growth and reproduction of superficial molds, which further aggravate the condition. So, in order to avoid the aggravation of the disease and affecting the difficulty of treatment, patients with athlete’s foot should refuse eating spicy food.
Keep away from fatty food ((such as fatty meat, fried foods etc)
The occurrence of athlete’s foot really makes you itching, so it is best not to eat fat food. Because in this condition it will create more heat which is toxic for people with the athlete’s foot and may aggravate the disease condition.
Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables
Our recommendation is that patients with athlete’s foot should have a light diet and should eat more fresh vegetables and fruits. Try to eat more foods that can clear away heat and dampness, such as barley, mountain, white lentils, white cardamom, mung bean, celery, golden needles, toon, melon, cucumber, bitter gourd, Watermelon, squid, black fish, etc., These foods can help to alleviate the condition of athlete’s foot.
Food to eat
1. The choice of staple food and beans
Unrefined wheat flour, soy flour, millet, corn, rice, etc.
2. The choice of meat and eggs
Lean pork, pig liver, chicken liver, eggs, etc.
3.The choice of vegetables
Radish, eggplant, cabbage, winter melon, etc.
4. The choice of fruit
Apples, pears, grapes, etc.
Sunflower seeds, peanuts, cashews, almonds, etc.
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