Eastern Perspectives on Nutrition

A rich stew of information for you and your clients

Chinese Medicine is useful for assessing health imbalances, especially the precursors to disease states.  Someone equipped with Chinese Medicine perspectives on nutrition can eat according to their constitution and use whole food dietary principles to resolve imbalance before it becomes disease.  We will review the health-balancing aspects of a broad spectrum of foods and identify when each is indicated.  For example, Chinese medicine suggests that someone with anxiety, low energy, dryness and a dull-pale complexion (a yin deficiency) would benefit from avoiding bitter foods and increasing “sweet” foods such as soy, black sesame seeds, parsnips, rice, and oats. (Note that the Chinese definition of sweet foods is much different from the American one!)  Be prepared for a rich stew of information that you can apply to yourself and share with clients.

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Eastern Perspectives on Nutrition - 12 CEs : $240
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