Diet and Spirituality: Feeding the Mind, Body, and Soul

Diet and Spirituality: Feeding the Mind, Body, and Soul

By freelance writer Sally Perkins The idea that food can be a direct route to health and happiness is a belief that’s been long held by proprietors of traditional Chinese medicine. Recipes have passed down through generations that are used to help prevent and treat...
Winter Recipe – Lamb Thigh & Warming Herbs Soup

Winter Recipe – Lamb Thigh & Warming Herbs Soup

By NourishU Winter Recipes in Chinese Medicine This beautiful Photo by Natasha Vasiljeva on Unsplash Winter, with the drop in temperature, is the time to slow down physical activities as our body’s metabolic rate slows down at this time of year. It is also the...
Fall Recipe for Cough – Steamed Banana with Rock Sugar

Fall Recipe for Cough – Steamed Banana with Rock Sugar

By Vicky Chan of NourishU Fall – Cough & Other Lung Diseases Fall is the season that is vital to lung health because it is the season dominated by dry air which can cause lung heat to accumulate. It is important to avoid too spicy and hot foods to prevent...
Fall Lung Recipe – American Ginseng & Chicken Soup

Fall Lung Recipe – American Ginseng & Chicken Soup

By Vicky Chan of NourishU Cooking in the Fall Season Fall is the time when dryness and cooler temperatures predominate. This is also the time of year when your lungs are most vulnerable to attack. Symptoms related to dryness include coughing with sputum, dry nose and...
The Benefits of Breastfeeding

The Benefits of Breastfeeding

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP Chinese medicine has always seemed like such a logical, common sense approach to medicine, at least to me. It takes what is natural and enhances and supports it to gain the maximum benefits. Whenever I am wondering about something, or how to...
Fall Recipe – Honeydew Melon Soup

Fall Recipe – Honeydew Melon Soup

By Vicky Chan of NourishU Eating in the Fall Season – Fall Recipes Fall is the time when dryness and cooler temperatures predominate. Fall is also when your lungs are most vulnerable to attack. Symptoms related to dryness include coughing with sputum, dry nose...
Detoxifying & Balancing 6 Vegetable Stir-Fry

Detoxifying & Balancing 6 Vegetable Stir-Fry

By Vicky Chan of NourishU Detoxifying and Balancing Toxins are a fact of life, but taking proactive actions to expel them and not allowing them to accumulate in our body can make a big difference. The best approach to detoxify is to eat fresh clean food with high...
Postpartum Recovery Chinese Herbal Soup – Restoring A Woman’s Body

Postpartum Recovery Chinese Herbal Soup – Restoring A Woman’s Body

By Cindy Mai of Root+Spring During pregnancy, it’s often stressed to mothers that they should take special care of their health, because it directly affects the development and growth of the baby. However, in traditional Chinese medicine, maintaining a woman’s...
Cancer & Chinese Medicine – Part 3

Cancer & Chinese Medicine – Part 3

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP The Treatment of Cancer with Chinese Medicine Because of the way that Chinese medicine looks at health and the human body, the treatments for any disease in Chinese medicine are varied and complex. In Chinese medicine, a practitioner is not...
Stress Relief Chinese Herbal Soup – Just 5 Ingredients in 5 Minutes!

Stress Relief Chinese Herbal Soup – Just 5 Ingredients in 5 Minutes!

By Cindy Mai of rootandspring.com Stress….need I say more? With the pressures of our now modern life, none of us are immune to stress. Small daily challenges like work deadlines, multiple errands, and traffic jams can build up stress, which then interferes with...
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