By Dr. Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., Ph.D., D.O.M. and Cathy McNease, B.S., M.H.
"Eat not for pleasure thou mayest find therein. Eat to increase thy strength. Eat to preserve the life thou has received from heaven."- Confucius
Learn how to take control of health with good eating. The advantage in Chinese nutrition lies in its flexibility in adapting to every individual's needs in the prevention of disease and treatment of the whole person. Over 100 common foods, along with their energetic properties and therapeutic functions are discussed. Food therapies for many ailments are presented and useful recipes incorporating these foods are included.
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