When you eat a “nutritionally” and “energetically” balanced diet, your digestion works well, you breathe and sleep more deeply, get sick less often, and most of the time enjoy that subtle feeling of lightness that is health.
It’s also important to understand that balance implies change, and just like a tide ebbs and flows, so does your health. To do this, you need to know something about how to adjust your “rudder” as needed.
How to do this, and how to float happily on the currents of your life, the principles of Oriental Medicine teach you – intellectually and, more importantly, by helping you to become familiar with that special “place” within you. which is the source of health and well-being.
In the case of indigestion, oriental medicine offers you immediate help.
digestion and your health
When you have problems with your digestion, your body cannot adequately absorb the nutrients that food has to offer, even when you eat the highest quality foods. However, by following oriental medicine guidelines for a balanced diet, you will learn how to combine foods in a way that rebalances the energy that powers your digestive system. A stronger digestive system absorbs more nutrients and improves your overall health.
A simple diet and nutrition method that turns breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks into delicious medicated meals.
With this simple diet and nutrition method, your meals take on an “alchemical” quality, turning your usual breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks into delicious medicated meals.
So if you suffer from poor digestion, this simple diet change will provide you with immediate help on your journey to better health and well-being; a path that, according to the ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tse, “… begins with the first step”: Take it!
A meal greater than the sum of its parts
Like the medicinal “formulas” from the oriental medicine pharmacy, the “recipes” from the oriental medicine “kitchen” are more than the sum of their parts. By combining the right ingredients in their formulas and recipes, oriental medicine heals, strengthens and invigorates: you get your boat repaired while learning how to become a better sailor.
Thanks to Kitty Bradshaw