Obesity Diet Food-haw


Haw is healthy obesity diet food which contains rich vitamin C and citric acid. It has the function of digesting food and removing indigestive accumulation,reducing blood lipid and cholesterol.

Eating haw regularly can enhance the immunity of the body,anti-aging and preventing cancer.

Haw is especially suitable for those obese people who like to eat fat meat. Drinking haw-tea regularly helps to lose weight.

Obesity Diet Food- Haw Recipe

Haw rice Porridge Recipe


100g rice

50g fresh haw

10g sugar

1000g water


1. Clean haw and drain well,cut into small cubes.

   Place in a bowl,add sugar. Marinate for 30mins.

2. Clean rice.

   Boil water in a rice cooker.

   Add rice, haw cubes,bring to boil over high heat.

   Change to low heat and cook for 40mins over low heat. Stir 3-4 times during cooking.

3. Turn off heat. Cool,serve.

Serving Method:(10 servings)

Serve at breakfast and dinner as main food. 100g per serve.

Nutritional Information:

Energy: 391kcal(39kcal per serving)

Protein: 8g

Fat: 1g

Sugar: 88g

Edible Fibre: 2g

Beneficial Function: Invigorate spleen, stimulate appetite,invigorate the circulation of blood,reduce stasis and lose weight. Suitable for persons with medical condition of Simple Obesity,especially for those also with atrophy gastritis or coronary heart disease.

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