Chinese medicine uses food to maintain health and recover from illness. This is applied by considering the foods energetic properties and ones current condition. When used with western dietary therapy, including vitamins, and minerals desired results are achieved.

The Best Food for your Dog

Dummy post title / Lorem Ipsum Dummy category | Second category December 19, 2020 The food your dog is missing Is your dog a part of your family? Are they truly your best friend? If you’re shaking your head yes, then you’re going to love what I have to share.  Meet Cesar. He’s an eight-year-old […]

Add this to water to avoid dehydration

STay Hydrated with this one ingredient Many of us drink plenty of water, yet we’re still left feeling thirsty.    If you suffer from the following symptoms, your body is in need of essential resources. Dry mouth Dry skin Dizziness Fatigue Headaches Yellow urination Muscle cramps   In this video, I share one common kitchen item […]

Winter Food Guide

Sign up Below to Grab Your Winter Food Guide! It’s packed with resources to nourish you from the inside out during these cold days. This food guide is for you if you want to:  Rid your body of cold, aches and pains Provided adequate moisture to your skin and cells Live in accordance with the seasons  […]

Winter Self Care Practice (2 of 4)

Before we jump in, I’d like to remind you that these Fundamental Winer Practices are specifically designed for the winter season. They are intended to repair, nourish and keep you vital for the rest of the winter season and seasons ahead. They are also meant to be simple! Click here to read my post and […]

Winter Class Schedule!

 [calendar id=”784″] Learn more and register here!  Disclaimer: This information is intended for general reference only. It is not a replacement for professional health advice. The content in this post intentionally does not provide dosage information or possible interactions with prescription drugs or other medications. Please contact a certified health practitioner such as a physician of Oriental […]

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