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The Celiac disease is a problem with digestion. It is triggered by gluten, the protein found in pizza crusts, cookies, pasta, and breads. It can

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Trans fats shrink the brain, increase dementia risk | San Francisco acupuncture and Chinese medicine | San Francisco nutrition | Anne Angelone, L.Ac.

expandingqi.com — “A recent study found a diet high in trans fats shrinks the brain and increases the risk of dementia. Trans fats are found in fast foods, processed foods,View full resource at expandingqi.com

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Do you have a chemical sensitivity? | San Francisco acupuncture and Chinese medicine | San Francisco nutrition | Anne Angelone, L.Ac.

expandingqi.com — “You've probably heard of food intolerances to gluten, dairy, eggs, or other foods. But chemical intolerances, or sensitivities, have become increasinglyView full resource at expandingqi.com

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Medical Advisor Journals - Home of Kyle J. Norton for The Better of Living & Living Health: OverCome Fertility - Food Classsification in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Perspective

medicaladvisorjournals.blogspot.com — “Please note that all articles written by Kyle. J. Norton are for information and education only, please consult with your doctor or related field specialist before applying.View full resource at medicaladvisorjournals.blogspot.com

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Methow Valley Herbs: The Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm: A Review

methowvalleyherbs.blogspot.com — “Herbs for health, food as medicine, plant monographs and connection to the natural worldView full resource at methowvalleyherbs.blogspot.com

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Properties of Food from a TCM Perspective

shen-nong.com — “In the Chinese diet, one looks for not only vitamins and minerals but also the energetic properties of food like energy, flavor and movement.View full resource at shen-nong.com

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What are the energies, flavors and other properties of food according to Chinese medicine? http://t.co/HezhqQtr

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Cinnamon extract and/or cinnamon improves fasting blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. | GreenMedInfo | Article | Natural Medicine | Alternative Medicine | Integrative Medicine

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Gluten-Free Chinese Restaurants | Cecelia's Marketplace

ceceliasmarketplace.com — “Thanks to the availability of gluten-free soy sauce and the increasing demand for gluten-free food now Chinese restaurants offer options for celiacs and those with gluten intolerance.View full resource at ceceliasmarketplace.com

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The Power of Antioxidants | Acupuncture Northwest

acupuncturenwpdx.com — “Everyone has heard about antioxidants, but what do they really do and why are they good for us? Antioxidants are made in the body, but we also get them from our food. They act like little protectors for our cellsView full resource at acupuncturenwpdx.com

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Cooked vs Raw Foods- A TCM Perspective | Shift Your Life

shiftyourlife.com — “Ever wondered why Chinese people prefer to eat cooked food, drink warm water, and talk about how raw salad, fruit and juice are too ‘cold’ and not good for digestion? The answer lies with better understanding how digestion works from a Chinese medicine perspective. Chinese Medicine sees life as a series of warm transformations—the underlying philosophy of Taoism where change and transformation are natural processes which, given the proper environment, will happen on their own (ziran means ‘naturView full resource at shiftyourlife.com

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Cooked vs Raw Foods- A TCM Perspective | Shift Your Life

shiftyourlife.com — “Ever wondered why Chinese people prefer to eat cooked food, drink warm water, and talk about how raw salad, fruit and juice are too --'cold--™ and not good for digestion? The answer lies with better understanding how digestion works from a Chinese medicine perspective. Chinese Medicine sees life as a series of warm transformations--"the underlying philosophy of Taoism where change and transformation are natural processes which, given the proper environment, will happen on their own (ziran View full resource at shiftyourlife.com

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Bangkok Post : When food becomes medicine

bangkokpost.com — “Traditional Chinese medicine has been practised for 5,000 years, so it's no wonder that Chinese people have integrated it into their culture and everyday lives. You see various Chinese herbs being used in Chinese cuisine, of course, and Chinese people are very aware of the need to balance yin and yang.View full resource at bangkokpost.com

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Picture of Health: Chinese medicine plant may lead to anticancer drug - Health care, wellness, food nutrition, exercise, medical research news by reporters Kelly Brewington, Meredith Cohn and Andrea K. Walker - baltimoresun.com

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Health Benefits of Flying Squirrel Poop, Skinny-Size Your Takeout, and Why Going to Church Makes You Fat - Health News - Health.com

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Traditional Chinese Medicines in Treatment of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

hindawi.com — “Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) occurs in 95% of the diabetic populations. Management of T2DM is a challenge. Traditional Chinese medicines (TCM) are usually served as adjuvants used to improve diabetic syndromes in combination of routine antidiabetic drugs. For single-herb prescriptions, Ginseng, Bitter melon, Golden Thread, Fenugreek, Garlic, and Cinnamon might have antidiabetic effects in T2DM patients. Among 30 antidiabetic formulas approved by the State Food and Drugs Administrator of ChinaView full resource at hindawi.com

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Health Benefits of Garlic | Gomestic

gomestic.com — “Do you think that garlic gives you nothing but bad breath? Well, ok, he does, but it is also one of the healthiest foods you can eat. The therapeutic qualities of garlic are nothing new. Sanskrit records reveal that garlic remedies were pressed into service in India 5000 years ago, while Chinese medicine has recognized the garlic's power for over 3,000 years. Although the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming in 1928, largely taken the place of garlic, the First World War and the garlic oView full resource at gomestic.com

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