According to modern research on Chinese herbs, Chinese wolfberry fruits (goji) have a good effect on lowering blood glucose and preventing fatness. Asparagus can improve blood glucose metabolism, has less carbohydrates, abundant vitamins and inorganic salt, especially much nicacid. Nicacid is an activator of insulin, so diabetes patients who often eat asparagus can improve glucose metabolism.
1 asparagus; 1/2 onion; 2 spoons of wolfberry fruits; 1tbsp oil; salt to taste; ginger to taste; chicken essence; cooking wine to taste; light soy sauce to taste
1. Peel the asparagus and cut it into fine slices. Cut onions into fine slices. Cut the ginger. Wash and clean wolfberry fruits and soak them in water for a while.
2. Add some oil in a wok, then heat the wok, add asparagus for 1/2 minute and then put into a plate. Then add some oil in the wok, heat the wok, add ginger until fragrance. Add onions and stir fry.
3. Add 1/2 tbsp cooking wine into the wok and stir fry for 1 minute. Add asparagus and wolfberry fruits and have a stir fry for a while.
4. Finally add salt, light soy sauce, chicken essence, have a toss stir and then put into a plate. Serve. Also switch off the heat.