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eBook The Tao of Nutrition: New and Expanded Edition ePub

by Maoshing Ni

  • ISBN: 0937064661
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Maoshing Ni
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sevenstar Communications; Expanded edition (January 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 239
  • ePub book: 1725 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1997 kb
  • Other: mbr lit txt docx
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 549

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Dr. Maoshing Ni was born into the thirty-eighth generation of traditional Chinese healers.

Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). Dr. Co-founder of Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tao of Wellness healing center, he is a celebrated doctor, author, and teacher. Cathy McNease holds degrees and Master Herbalist certificates.

This book presents the principles of Chinese nutrition, including the energies and therapeutic properties of foods, methods of preparation, body type, season, and geographical location. Harmony and balance, the fundamental principles of universal existence, are also the basis of a healthy diet. The roots of Chinese knowledge about nutrition are at least 6,000 years old and produce time-tested results in terms of general health and longevity.

The Tao of Nutrition book. Paperback, Expanded, 239 pages

The Tao of Nutrition book. Paperback, Expanded, 239 pages. Published January 1st 1987 by Sevenstar Communications. The Tao of Nutrition. 0937064661 (ISBN13: 9780937064665). Tao of nutrition is sharing the knowledge of Traditional Chinese medicine concepts of 5 element theory focusing on the energies of food or yin and yang to create balance. Paperback, Expanded, 239 pages A good book covering the basics of nutrition as based on traditional Chinese medicine

The Tao of Nutrition book. A good book covering the basics of nutrition as based on traditional Chinese medicine.

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The Tao of Nutrition provides information on making every meal therapeutic, teaching you how to make appropriate food choices for your ailments, your constitution, and the season of the year. This ancient knowledge from China provides guidance for the seasoned practitioner, as well as the new student of healthy living. By balancing your energies, the body heals itself. Balance is the key to health.

The Tao of nutrition. by. Ni, Maoshing; McNease, Cathy

The Tao of nutrition. Ni, Maoshing; McNease, Cathy. Nutrition, Health, Diet therapy. Los Angeles, CA : Shrine of the Eternal Breath of Tao, College of Tao & Traditional Chinese Healing : Distributed by Union of Tao and Man. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

The Tao of Nutrition by Maoshing Ni and McNease provides information on making every meal therapeutic, teaching you how to make appropriate food choices for your ailments, your constitution, and the season of the year.

with a foreword by Hua-Ching Ni. 2009, 263 pages. The Tao of Nutrition by Maoshing Ni and McNease provides information on making every meal therapeutic, teaching you how to make appropriate food choices for your ailments, your constitution, and the season of the year. Wether you are trying to become healthy, the aothors guide you to a balanced way of eating. Included are delicious recipes and meal plans that have greatly benefited patients and families. This anicent knowledge from China provides guidance for the seasoned practitioner as well as the new student of healty living.

The Tao of Nutrition provides information on making every meal therapeutic, teaching you how to make appropriate .

Maoshing Ni. Presents the wisdom of the ancient Chinese who were ve. т 1044.

Presents the wisdom of the ancient Chinese who were very much in tune with their bodies and their environment. This is both a healing system and a disease prevention system. The advantage of Chinese nutrition lies in its flexibility in adapting to every individual's needs in the prevention of disease, and treatment of the whole person.

Comments

mr.Mine mr.Mine
I purchased this book a few months ago and just got around to reading it. I have skeptic tendencies, so keep that in mind while reading this review =)

One of the most striking parts of the book is the concept that the body does an amazing job of healing itself, and the job of TCM is to simply feed the body what it needs to achieve healing. There is an amount of profound truth in this stance, and an incredible amount of health problems that Americans (in particular) suffer from can be avoided by eating a variety of foods rather than a constant stream of red meat and fried fast foods. With the sheer number of years that TCM has studied food, there is plentiful information regarding food-based remedies for diseases.

That said, I can't help but wonder how successful the cancer remedies listed on page 126 are?
Pedar Pedar
Great book! Must have for anybody studying medicine or if you wish to treat any symptom or illness with food!
Jogrnd Jogrnd
Very interesting
Zeleence Zeleence
Great!
blac wolf blac wolf
great
GEL GEL
It was as described
Laitchai Laitchai
A Great Book to have one at home. Easy to follow and understand. Good to know what we eat everyday.
gThe Tao of Nutritionh is a food therapy guide based on the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which looks at food in a slightly different way from Western nutrition. The book is divided into 5 main sections. Section 1 very briefly outlines the theory including yin and yang, the main organs of the body, the 5 elements and 5 tastes, causes of diseases, prevention of diseases and a guideline for a balanced diet based on a pyramid (which is not unlike that used in macrobiotics). Section 2 is a list of foods including detail on both the energetics (i.e. which of the 5 tastes the food has, as well as whether it has a cooling, warming or moistening tendency) and healing aspects (such as clearing heat, removing dampness, lubricating the lungs, strengthening the heart etc.) of each food. Section 3 gives tips on which foods can help various health conditions such as bronchitis, eczema and headaches. Section 4 offers vegetarian recipes. Section 5 offers a simple meal plan.
As a non-vegetarian who has studied a little TCM, I was a little disappointed at the vegetarian bent of this book (although some fish and meat are included in the food list in Section 2). TCM does not discriminate against meat, and in fact some meats, such as chicken, are considered a very nourishing food for the weak, sick or elderly. That aside, this is an excellent book showing how to use food for both maintaining health and healing general health conditions.