• A Chinese Medicine Perspective on Cooked vs Raw Foods

Cooked vs Raw Foods

A Chinese Medicine Perspective on Cooked vs Raw Foods

Ever wondered why Chinese people prefer to eat cooked food, drink warm water, and talk about how raw salad, fruit and juice are too ‘cold’ and not good for digestion?

The answer lies with better understanding how digestion works from a Chinese medicine perspective. Chinese Medicine sees life […]

By |August 22nd, 2011|Categories: Dietary, General, Seasonal||2 Comments
  • How We Look At Health: Eastern & Western Health Perspectives

Healthy Living – The Asian Way

How We Look At Health: Eastern & Western Health Perspectives

The way we see health and illness and perceive problems in our body has a great influence on how we approach and treat our own health conditions. This ‘health perspective’ also largely determines how we relate these conditions to our lifestyle and the conscious choices […]

By |August 18th, 2011|Categories: General||0 Comments
  • This is a list of books I recommend beginners to Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine Literature Guide for Beginners

Chinese Medicine General

The Web that has no Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine [Ted Kaptchuk]
Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine [Harriet Beinfield, Efrem Korngold]

Preventative Health – Health Cultivation/preservation

Listen to Your Body: The Wisdom of Dao [Andrew Powell, Dr. Bisong Guo]
China’s Traditional Way of Health Preservation [Zeng Qingnan, Liu Daoqing]
Health and […]

By |August 12th, 2011|Categories: General||0 Comments
  • The Wisdom of Porridge 粥

The Wisdom of Porridge 粥

This article is primarily about helping you prepare, make and enjoy tasty porridge. On a higher level, I would like to help you see this humble ‘soggy meal’ in a different light. Let’s explore the health ideas behind porridge and to seek out an appreciation and respect for the dietary wisdom of our ancestors.

If […]

By |August 10th, 2011|Categories: Dietary||2 Comments
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