Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Book Review: Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine by Ellen Goldsmith & Maya Klein

If you are looking for a more natural way to heal your body, Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine is the book for you. Many times in the Western culture we rely on pharmaceuticals to deal with our ailments, and with that comes many side effects. I for one, try to avoid prescribed and over the counter medicines and am thrilled to have this book to help me approach health issues from a more natural approach. East meets West in the kitchen as you discover the nourishing treasures of Chinese medicine. Keep reading to learn more.  

Food is our most powerful medicine. This book teaches us how to apply the ancient wisdom and traditions of Chinese medicine to food. You’ll be introduced to a new way of thinking about yourself, and will learn what you need to eat to achieve balance and ultimately improve your health.
In an easy-to-understand and straightforward manner, Ellen explains which combinations of foods act upon the body to move qi (energy) and how they cool or warm the body. Many modern chronic health problems are caused by lifestyle, genetics and stress, and can be helped by distinctive and long‑lasting changes to the way we eat.
The enticing recipes, organized by season, help you easily put the theory of Chinese medicine into practice. You’ll soon be on your way to utilizing the principles you’ve learned and applying them where they count most — in your kitchen.

ELLEN GOLDSMITH, M.S.O.M, L.Ac., Dip.C.H, is a licenced acupuncturist, educator and practitioner of Chinese medicine. She is a graduate of the National University of Natural Medicine’s Classical Chinese Medicine program, with a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine, is licensed as an acupuncturist and is certified in Chinese herbal therapy. Ellen resides in Oregon.

MAYA KLEIN’s passion for food has brought her to food writing and cooking instruction. Maya’s work includes recipe development and testing for commercial clients and for numerous cookbooks, including The Joy of Cooking and eight books as assistant to Alice Medrich. She is co-author with Alice Medrich of James Beard Award–winner Flavor Flours. Maya resides in Oregon.

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