• Summer: Chinese medicine concepts of food and energy

How To Stay Healthy In Summer

Chinese medicine concepts of food and energy

By Alex Tan

Summer is a yang season, a time for expansion, with the energy moving up and out with a lively brightness. Warm weather and long days promote energy and activity. Summer is a time of abundant foods, being the best time to get as much variety into […]

By |July 15th, 2011|Categories: Dietary, Seasonal||1 Comment
  • Autumn: Chinese Medicine Concepts of Food, Energy & Seasonal Living

How To Stay Healthy In Autumn

Chinese Medicine Concepts of Food, Energy & Seasonal Living
The three months of autumn are in charge of withering and of decelerating the momentum of growth. Autumn is traditionally known as the harvest season, a wonderful time for reaping the benefits of the long, warm growing season provided by spring and summer. It is the […]

By |July 5th, 2011|Categories: Dietary, Seasonal||5 Comments
  • Winter: Chinese medicine concepts of food and energy

How To Stay Healthy In Winter

Chinese Medicine Concepts of Food, Energy & Seasonal Living
Winter is the season of retreat and rest, when the yin (night, female, cold) is now dominant and yang (day, male, hot) energy moves inward. The trees have lost their leaves; the animals hibernate through the long, dark winter days. Winter is a time of stillness […]

By |July 4th, 2011|Categories: Dietary, Seasonal||4 Comments
  • Tea, Life & Health - Through Chinese Eyes

Tea, Life & Health

Tea, Life & Health – Through Chinese Eyes

In the Orient, health and enjoyment are viewed as inseparable, entwined by the fact that to enjoy life you need to be healthy. The Chinese have been pondering and writing about the link between life, pleasure and health for thousands of years.

Our aim in this article is […]

By |July 1st, 2011|Categories: Dietary, General, Tea||2 Comments
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