3rd asian edition food healing modern nutrition tradition whole
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D so really, at the very worst, this book is an excellent resource for inspiring research and jumpstarting your understanding of nutrition and the immediate application of this knowledge into your daily life.
Overall, reading this book can help you re-train your body to get back into a natural relationship with food, and to help you to see foods as having a function and purpose in life -- to give you energy, and to help you along -- and teach you about which foods can best assist you for your current physical condition and individual needs.
I personally think, the information in the book is worth every penny spent.
Highly recommend to anyone looking to improve their diet to combat an illness or to improve the quality of their life in general.
This one's a win-win all the way around.
It's smartly paired with the whole-foods program because the Chinese have attributed various health-balancing properties to foods, so you can tailor your diet to help alleviate symptoms of illness.
Jan 07, Corrina Sysyn rated it it was amazing This is almost a daily read for me.
More of a life-long reference than anything else, it is pretty great if you are interested in significantly changing your diet and balancing your constitution.
You can overdo anything, and you can under-do anything.
Sometimes dairy will be very helpful; other times, it might be wise to avoid it completely.
It lists different conditions and ways to eat to heal your body.
So start thinking of your poor stomach who is so reliant on you!