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气虚体质的减肥方法 这样做不瘦都难

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减肥偏方,这个世界上的减肥方法千奇百怪、层出不穷。但是这些方法不一定都是真正有效的。你知道减肥的最好方法是什么吗?今天小编帮大家总结了九种最神奇的快速减肥偏方,这些减肥方法,或许你没有听过,大家一起来看一下吧。

  减肥偏方 九种最神奇的快速减肥偏方

  减肥偏方1:鸡蛋减肥法

  鸡蛋能提高人体血液中的蛋白密度,可以预防血管硬化。

  鸡蛋减肥法很实用,当你的体重达到标准后,再使摄入热量与热量消耗平衡,就可以使减肥效果持久。

  鸡蛋减肥吃法:

  就是连续二星期吃白煮蛋、葡萄柚和少量青菜的减肥食谱。一天吃5~9个鸡蛋,分三次吃。每一天的摄取量大约是1000千卡左右。

  减肥偏方2:西瓜减肥法

  西瓜中含有可以利尿的胺机酸,而且不会让你尿频,可以排除你身体里的废弃物,增强你的新陈代谢功能。

  对於喝酒所引起的晕眩疲劳感,它解醉的效果也很好。一个月可以瘦十几斤!

  西瓜减肥吃法:

  取稍带红色瓜瓤的西瓜皮,去除最外面的硬皮,切成小块,然后根据自己的口味,加糖、盐、各种调味品即可,不但爽口,而且又美容又减肥。注意晚上九点以后不宜吃西瓜,容易长小腹和小肚子。

  减肥偏方3:苦瓜减肥法

  苦瓜中含有一种极具生物活性的高能清脂素,这种物质只作用于人体吸收脂肪的重要部位小肠,通过改变肠细胞孔网,阻止脂肪、多糖等热量大分子物质的吸收,但并不影响维生素、矿物质等营养素的吸收。

  苦瓜减肥吃法:

  如果你没有榨汁机的话,也能直接吃,不过你最好先把苦瓜切开来,把里面的籽去掉,切成小块再吃。

  然后不间断的食用,食用时请咀嚼细心,直到感到苦瓜嚼烂之后咽下,似乎吃黄瓜那样拿在手里一口吻吃完,你只相当于吃了三分之一的苦瓜,自然,减肥的好东东,你也只能接收三分之一甚至更少。

  同样的,请你在临睡前3小时将苦瓜吃完,食用量比拟大一样也集中在三餐前。

  减肥偏方4:酸奶减肥法

  买低糖酸奶或低脂酸奶(脂肪含量1。0~1。5%)当然可以。如果没有,用蛋白质含量>2。3%的普通酸奶也没有关系。注意不要买蛋白质含量>1。0%的,那不是真正的酸奶。

  酸奶减肥吃法:

  一般来说,饭后30分钟到2个小时之间饮用酸奶效果最佳。人在通常状况下,胃液的PH值在1-3之间;空腹时,胃液呈现酸性,PH值在2以下,不适合酸奶中活性乳酸菌的生长。

  只有当胃部PH值比较高,才能让酸奶中的乳酸菌充分生长,有利于健康。饭后两小时左右,人的胃液被稀释,PH值会上升到3-5,这时喝酸奶,对吸收其中的营养最有利。

  减肥偏方5:豆浆减肥法

  每天除了喝大量开水,还有一种饮品,是她从小就离不开的饮料--豆浆,她爱喝的程度,几乎到了每天一杯,因为豆类含有丰富蛋白质与纤维质,具有良好的新陈代谢作用,又有养颜美白的功效。

  豆浆减肥吃法:

  餐前或用餐中饮用,豆浆在消化吸收的过程中,不断地发挥瘦身效果,所以用餐中饮用更佳。如果想利用豆浆的饱食感来防止饮食过量,也可在餐前喝。

  每天饮用的最好时机,是肌肉活动量大的上午到傍晚。活动量小的夜间,因为容易囤积体脂肪,所以应尽量避免。

  魔芋减肥吃法6:

  魔芋粉食谱

  冲水引用

  1、排毒通便者:魔芋粉5-10克,加沸水约200ml搅拌均匀饮用!一日1-2次!

  2、体胖减肥者:清晨空腹,魔芋粉5-10克,加沸水约200ml搅拌均匀饮用!一日1-2次!

  3、糖尿病病人:饭前5-10分钟,魔芋粉5克,加沸水100ml搅拌均匀饮用!一日3-4次!

  减肥偏方7:七日瘦身汤减肥法

  在7、8年前流行的7日瘦身汤,因为被认为“效果太神奇”,而且熬煮时必须把所有食材一起丢进去搅,又被称为“巫婆汤”,据说王菲的竹竿身材,除了决明子茶瘦身有功外,据说巫婆汤也帮不少忙。

  减肥吃法:

  巫婆瘦身汤的煮法是用2到3个大西红柿和1整个高丽菜,加上2个青椒和1小把芹菜及2个洋葱放到大锅子中熬煮到所有的菜变软为止。

  在喝前依自己的喜好加盐、胡椒和香菜,除了每天建议可以吃的食物外,一觉得饿就喝巫婆汤,一大锅可以喝七天。

  减肥偏方8:食肉减肥法

  食肉减肥法,又称阿特金斯减肥法、低碳减肥法,是美国医生罗伯特·阿特金斯创造的减肥方法,其要求完全不吃碳水化合物,而只吃高蛋白的食品,即不吃任何水果、蔬菜、淀粉类食品,而多吃肉类、鱼。

  这种减肥法颇受争议,但也有证据表明其有一定效果。

  食肉减肥吃法:

  减肥期间忌食淀粉和糖,连水果也一点不能吃。最好以肉类配大量蔬菜或肉类配鸡蛋;要彻底戒糖和淀粉,就算喝咖啡、奶茶,也不能加糖;减肥期间要喝大量的开水。

  减肥偏方9:食醋减肥法

  醋在中华民族传统烹饪调味中的应用十分广泛,能去鱼腥、解油腻、提味增鲜、生香发色、开胃爽口,同时醋还有收敛、固涩的效用,可帮助肠胃消化。下面介绍几种常用的醋的食疗方法。

  食醋减肥吃法:

  蜂蜜+白醋:

  有效的减肥美容方法,在日常饮食规律不变的情况下,以1:4的比例食用

  具体方法:

  1、早餐前20分钟空腹喝;

  2、中餐和晚餐后立刻喝。

  值得注意的是在挑选白醋时要选择经大米,高粱,黄豆等加工而成的,尽量避免含有化学品的。

  同时建议不使用果醋因为果醋是保健醋,相对于减肥就逊色些。同时,蜂蜜和白醋的比例可以根据个人需要调整,如果更注重美容就可适当增加蜂蜜的比例。


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the President, who was glad to find the slightest excuse for saving the life of the unfortunate offender. As Dr. Holland observes, he had the deepest sympathy for the soldiers who were fighting the battles of their country. He knew something of their trials and priv

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ations, their longing for home, and the strength of the temptation which sometimes led them to lapse from duty. There was infinite tenderness in the heart of this man which made him hard to consent to extreme punishment.{238}

I propose to cull from different sources illustrations of Mr. Lincoln’s humanity. The first I find in a letter written to Dr. Holland by a personal friend of the President:

“I called on him one day in the early part of the war. He had just written a pardon for a young man who had been sentenced to be shot, for sleeping at his post as a sentinel. He remarked as he read it to me, ‘I could not think of going into eternity with the blood of the poor young man on my skirts.’ Then he added, ‘It is not to be wondered at that a boy, raised on a farm, probably in the habit of going to bed at dark, should, when required to watch, fall asleep, and I can not consent to shoot him for such an act.’ ”

Dr. Holland adds that Rev. Newman Hall, of London, in a sermon preached upon and after Mr. Lincoln’s death, says that the dead body of this youth was found among the slain on the field of

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Fredericksburg, wearing next his heart the photograph of his preserver, beneath which he had written, “God bless President Lincoln.” On another occasion, when Mr. Lincoln was asked to assent to the capital punishment of twenty-four deserters, sentenced to be shot f

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or desertion, he{239} said to the General who pleaded the necessity of enforcing discipline, “No, General, there are already too many weeping widows in the United States. For God’s sake, don’t ask me to add to the number, for I won’t do it.”

From Mr. Carpenter’s “Six Months at the White House,” I make the following extract:

“The Secretary of War and Generals in command were frequently much annoyed at being overruled,—the discipline and efficiency of the service being thereby, as they considered, greatly end

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angered. But there was no going back of the simple signature, ‘A. Lincoln,’ attached to proclamation or reprieve.

“My friend Kellogg, Representative from Essex County, New York, received a dispatch one evening from the army, to the effect that a young townsman who had been induced to enlist through his instrumentality,

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any a poor fellow suffered the penalty during the terrible four years of the civil war. Many more would have suffered but for the humane interposition of the President, who was glad to find the slightest excuse for saving the life of the unfortunate offender. As Dr. Holland observes, he had the deepest sympathy for the s

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oldiers who were fighting the battles of their country. He knew something of their trials and privations, th

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eir longing for home, and the strength of the temptation which sometimes led them to lapse from duty. There was infinite tenderness in the heart of this man which made him h

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ard to consent to extreme punishment.{238}

I propose to cull from different sources illustrations of Mr. Lincoln’s humanity. The first I find in a letter written to Dr. Holland by a personal friend of the President:

“I called on him one day in the early part of the war. He had just written a pardon for a young man who had been sentenced to be shot, for sleeping at his post as a sentinel. He remarked as he read it to me, ‘I could not think of going into eternity with the blood of the poor young man on my skirts.’ Then he added, ‘It is not to be wo

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ndered at that a boy, raised on a farm, probably in the habit of going to bed at dark, should, when required to watch, fall asleep, and I can not consent to shoot him for such an act.’ ”

Dr. Holland adds that Rev. Newman Hall, of London, in a sermon preached upon and after Mr. Lincoln’s death, says that the dead body of this youth was found among the slain on the field of Fredericksburg, wearing next his heart the photograph of his preserver, beneath which he had written, “God bless President Lincoln.” On another occasio

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, when Mr. Lincoln was asked to assent to the capital punishment of twenty-four deserters, sentenced to be shot for desertion, he{239} said to the General who pleaded the necessity of enforcing discipline, “No, General, there are already too many weeping widows in the

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ited States. For God’s sake, don’t ask me to add to the number, for I won’t do it.”

From Mr. Carpenter’s “Six Months at the White House,” I make the following extract:

“The Secretary of War and Generals in command were frequently much annoyed at being overruled,—the discipline and efficiency of the ser

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vice being thereby, as they co

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nsidered, greatly endangered. But there was no going back of the simple signature, ‘A. Lincoln,’ attached to proclamation or reprieve.

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“My friend Kellogg, Representative from Essex County, New York, received a dispatch one evening from the army, to the effect that a young townsman who had been induced to enlist through his instrumentality, had, for a serious misdemeanor, been convicted by a court-martial, and was to be shot the next day. Greatly agitated, Mr. Kellogg went to the Secretary of War, and urged in the strongest manner, a reprieve.

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“Stanton was inexorable.

“ ‘Too many cases of the kind had been let{240} off,’ he said; ‘and it was time an example was made.’

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“Exhausting his eloquence i

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n vain, Mr. Kellogg said: ‘Well, Mr. Secretary, the boy is not going to be shot—of that I give you fair warning!’

“Leaving the War Department, he went directly to the White House, although the hour was late. The sentinel on duty told him that special orders ha

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d been issued to admit no one that night. After a long parley, by pledging himself to assume the responsibility of the act, the Congressman passed in. The President had retired; but, indifferent to etiquette or ceremony, Judge Kellogg pressed his way through

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all obstacles to his sleeping apartment. In an excited manner he stated that the dispatch announcing the hour of execution had but just reached him.

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“ ‘This man must not be shot, Mr. President,’ said he. ‘I can’t help what he may have done. Why, he is an old neighbor of mine; I can’t allow him to be shot!’

“Mr. Lincoln had remained in bed, quietly listening to the vehement protestations of his old friend

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(they were in Congress together). He at length said, ‘Well, I don’t believe shooting him{241} will do him any good. Give me that pen. And, so saying

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, ‘red tape’ was unceremoniously cut, and another poor fellow’s lease of life was indefinitely extended.”

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I continue to quote from Mr. Carpenter:

“One night Speaker Colfax left all other business to ask the President to respite the son of a constituent who was sentenced to be shot at Davenport for desertion. He heard the story with his usual patience, though he was wearied out with incessant calls and anxious for rest, and then replied, ‘Some of our generals complain that I impair

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discipline and subordination in the army by my pardons and respites, but it makes m

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e rested after a hard day’s work if I can find some good excuse for saving a man’s life, and I go to bed happy, as I think how joyous the signing of my name will make him and his family and his friends.’

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“The Hon. Thaddeus Stevens told me that on one occasion he called at the White House with an elderly lady in gr

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eat trouble, whose son had been in the army, but for some offence had been court-martialed, and sentenced either to death or imprisonment at hard labor for a long term.{242} There were some extenuating circumstances; and, after a full hearing, the President turned to the Representative, and said:

“ ‘Mr. Stevens, do you think this is a case which will w

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arrant my interference?’

“ ‘With my knowledge of the facts and the parties,’ was the reply, ‘I should have no hesitation in granting a pardon.’

“ ‘Then,’ returned Mr. Lincoln, ‘I will pardon him,’ and he proceeded forthwith to execute the paper.

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“The gratitude of the mother was too deep for expression, and not a word was said between her and Mr. Stevens until they were half-way down-sta

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irs on their passage out, when she suddenly broke forth in an excited manner with the words, ‘I knew it was a copperhead lie!’

“ ‘What do you refer to, madam?’ asked Mr. Stevens.

“ ‘Why, they told me he was an ugly-looking man!’ she replied with vehemence. ‘He is the handsomest man I ever saw in my life!’

“Doubtless the grateful mother voiced the feeling of many another, who, in the rugged and care-worn face had read the sympathy and goodness of the inner nature.”{243}
Another Case.

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“A young man connected with a New York regiment had become to all appearances a hardened criminal. He had deserted two or three times, and, w

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hen at last detected and imprisoned, had attempted to poison his guards, one of whom

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subsequently died from the effects of the poison unconsciously taken. Of course, there seemed no defence possible in such a case. But the fact came out that the boy had been of unsound mind.

“Some friends of his mother took up the matter, and an appeal was made to the Secretary of War. He declined positively to listen to it,—the case was too aggravating. The prisoner (scarcely more than a boy) was confined at Elmira, N.Y. The day for

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the execution of his sentence had nearly arrived, when his mother made her way to the President. He listened to her story, examined the record, and said that his opinion accorded with that of the Secretary of War; he could do nothing for her.

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“Heart-broken, she was compelled to relinquish her last hope. One of the friends who had become interested, upon learning the result of{244} the application, waited upon Senator Harris. That gentleman said that his engagements utterly precluded

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his going to see the President upon the subject, until twelve o’clock of the second night following. This brought the time to Wednesday night, and the sentence was to be executed

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on Thursday. Judge Harris, true to his word, called at the White House at twelve o’clock on Wednesday night. The President had retired, but the

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interview was granted. The point made was that the boy was insane,—thus irresponsible, and his execution would be murder. Pardon was not asked, but a reprieve, until a proper medical examination could be made.

“This was so reasonable that Mr. Lincoln acquiesced in its justice. He immediately ordered a telegram sent to Elmira, delaying the execution of the sentence. Early the next morning he sent another by a different line, and, before the hour of execution had arrive

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d, he had sent no less than four different repriev

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es by different lines to different individuals in Elmira, so fearful was he that the message would fail or be too late.”

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These are but a few of the stories that have been told in illustration of President Lincoln{245}’s humanity. Whatever may have been the opinion of the generals in command, as to the expediency of his numerous pardons,

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they throw a beauti

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ful light upon his character, and will endear his memory to all who can appreciate his tender sympathy for all, and his genuine and unaffected goodness.


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