Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Are you a healthy person? Look at these simple things.

In TCM, there are herbs to turn the cold into warm by a process of steaming. When your body has always kept warm, you are in good health.

Chinese Vegetarian Food

Most Chinese vegetarians are vegetarian because of their religion: they are Buddhists, following the Buddhist teachings about minimizing suffering. In addition, many Yoga enthusiasts in China are vegetarians or vegans. In the same way that vegetarianism is popular with people who are very health-conscious in the West, in order to keep healthy and fit, more and more Chinese people who are not vegetarians or vegans tend to eat vegetarian food from time to time.

Daily Chinese food is easy to make

As a Chinese saying goes: 100% health needs 30% exercise and 70% diet. It can be seen that a good figure is not only out of exercising, but also out of eating.

Traditional Chinese diet

The traditional Chinese diet consists of low or moderate amounts of meat or fish and plenty of vegetables accompanied by starches like rice or noodles. Tea is often served with dinner instead of soft drinks. Desserts are generally not part of the meal but fresh fruits can be served to help with digestion.

Traditional Chinese diet is healthy

Properly prepared, says Chinese food expert Lorraine Clissold, the very opposite is true: the Chinese way of eating is healthy and fulfilling, fights illness and prolongs life.

Could Changing Our Diets Defeat COVID-19?

In the early 1980s, I organized and helped lead a comprehensive study of diet, lifestyle, and disease mortality in rural China and eventually Taiwan, to investigate why cancer and other chronic degenerative diseases localized in geographic clusters. The findings from this study, when combined with experimental studies of cancer in my laboratory and clinical human studies...

The China Study : The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and …

The Chinese Secret - Many Veggies, Less Meat Scan the menu at your local Chinese restaurant and you're apt to find dozens of meat-centered dishes -- General Tso's chicken, orange beef, twice-fried pork. But don't be fooled. Most Chinese living in China don't eat such a meat-centered diet. For centuries, for reasons both economic and historic,...
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