Notes on diet of Henoch Schonlein purpura2017-09-12 17:55
Henoch Schonlein purpura (HSP) is one of the most common microvascular hemorrhagic diseases. For the performance of skin petechiae, often appear in the lower limbs around the joints and buttocks, purpura were symmetrical and partial appearance, size and color shades. For patients, in addition to actively related treatment, in our daily life also need to know some diet matters needing attention.
Henoch Schonlein purpura is common in life, because a lot of people got the disease appeared in a lot of trouble, such as symmetrical distribution, purpura, partial size and color shades can be fused into pieces, usually subsides in a few days, but repeated attacks on a headache. For patients, in the diet must understand what should not eat, what should eat, which for the treatment of allergic purpura play a good supporting role.
We should pay attention to avoid eating hard, rough and mechanical stimulation of food in the gastrointestinal tract, such as barbed shell fish, crab, chicken meat with bones, etc., to avoid breaking the oral mucosa and gingival bleeding is the cause or aggravate allergic purpura diet.
Spicy food is taboo in most diet. Similarly, allergic purpura is no exception, eat spicy food, smoking and drinking are allergic purpura diet.
There are animal foods such as fish, shrimp, crabs, eggs, milk, etc.; plant foods such as broad beans, pineapples, plant buds, etc.. Also avoid cooking utensils and utensils that come in contact with allergens. These are dietary considerations for allergic purpura.
Vitamin C is essential for the protection of blood vessels and the lowering of blood vessel permeability. Vitamin K can increase the level of coagulation factors and is beneficial to coagulation and hemostasis. Foods rich in vitamin C are: fresh vegetables, fruits, especially tomatoes, oranges, apples, fresh dates, etc.; foods rich in vitamin K are: spinach, liver and so on.