Updated: Jul 3, 2020
According to Chinese Nutrition, every food has an effect on the body. Foods are described by flavor and nature. Foods can be either hot, warm, neutral, cool or cold in nature. The flavors are divided into six groups; sour, bitter, sweet, spicy, salty, and bland. Each flavor corresponds to a specific organ and energetic pathway.
We all have a different constitutional make up and therefore, food is going to affect us differently. There is no one diet fits all. In determining your energetic imbalance, discussing your daily eating habits and activity level, we will come up with a nutritional plan that suits you personally. Choosing foods according to your personal constitution and condition can help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight, minimize digestive discomfort and increase your daily energy levels so that you feel great!
During each nutritional counseling session, we will discuss your health challenges and goals, go over your current diet, and identify what dietary changes can help bring you into better balance. We recommend bringing a food diary with you for your first nutritional consultation.
A slight change in the food you eat can have a dramatic difference on your energy levels and mental clarity. A TCM diet can lead to weight loss, eliminate diabetes, improve heart disease and decrease joint pains from arthritis.