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Posts tagged with ‘Diet & Nutrition’

  • Tongue Mapping 101

    Tongue Mapping 101

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    In Eastern medicine, a certain part of the mouth can speak volumes about a patient’s health. The tongue can be used as an accurate diagnostic tool to tell you about your health and identify treatments that will best suit your body’s needs.

  • How To Regulate Your Body Temperature with TCM

    Regulating Your Body Temperature With Eastern Medicine

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    Are your feet and hands always cold? Do you have sporadic pain in your side rib? Are you sometimes moody or irritable? Chances are you are having trouble regulating inner body temperature. Here’s how Eastern Medicine can help to regulate it.

  • Grow an Eastern Medicine Garden - Ginger

    Your Guide to Growing an Eastern Medicine Style Garden

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    Whether you have a sunny windowsill or a sprawling garden, you can plant eastern herbs that will keep you feeling well all year long.

  • Atractylodes

    The Effects of Adaptogens and Stimulants on the Body

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    Enter, Adaptogens.. They’re primarily used as immediate stress relief. Before you go popping a handful of anything with ‘adaptogen’ written on the bottle, it’s important to know what you are taking. Let’s look at adaptogens and how they affect the body.

  • Couples Acupuncture

    How Eastern Medicine Can Help Improve Your Relationships

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    Our lives can get busy, and relationship maintenance can fall to the wayside. When you turn to the internet to find tips and tricks on improving your relationship, the tips are all the same. Listening to each other and planning a date night is great, but what about other options?

  • Optimizing Your Body, Mind, and Environment For Summer

    Optimizing Your Body, Mind, and Environment For Summer

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    Just as Summer brings about changes in nature and way of life, it also brings about changes in the body. It’s a time of movement, growth, and expansion. Tuning into these changes can help to optimize your health and stay connected with your body and nature. 

  • Why Multitasking Is Bad From You From an Eastern Medicine Perspective

    Put The Kibosh on Multitasking STAT

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    You may think reading your emails while listening to a podcast and cooking breakfast is the ultimate way to be productive, but it actually has the opposite effect. From an eastern medicine perspective, multitasking is thought to injure the mind and body. If you’re suffering from fatigue, burnout, and mental exhaustion, multitasking may be the reason.

  • 5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Boost Your Circulation & Energy Levels

    5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Boost Your Circulation & Energy Levels

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    In our fast-paced world, many look to coffee, energy drinks, or quick fixes to stay alert throughout the day. An eastern medicine approach looks to support energy and circulation from the inside out by addressing the root cause of the imbalance. We are all trying to feel, and function at our best, so here are 5 things you can do today to boost your circulation and energy levels

  • What Your Pulse Can Tell You About Your Health

    What Your Pulse Can Tell You About Your Health

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    Did you know that just by assessing your pulse, practitioners can identify the health of your organs and the source of your symptoms?
    If you’re new to eastern medicine practices, this method of diagnosis will probably be a whole new concept to you. However, pulse diagnosis has been a regular eastern medicine practice for thousands of years.

  • Herbal Remedies For Gut Issues

    Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Nagging Gut Issues

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    Are your gut issues a fact of life? Or is something more going on? Most people have accepted or gotten used to living with gut issues like bloating, diarrhea, and constipation. Eastern medicine views these symptoms as signs of underlying imbalances that impact more than digestion. While you may feel these nagging gut issues are just a normal part of life, they may be your body’s way of communicating a greater problem.

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