Chinese Nutrition Therapy

Highlights: Descriptions of Chinese dietetics in practice and discussions of dietary factors, such as seasonal adaptations and differing requirements for children and seniors Practical tips on how to adapt Chinese nutrition therapy to ...

Chinese Nutrition Therapy

Author: Joerg Kastner

Publisher: Thieme

ISBN: 3131475617

Page: 292

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Kastner's Chinese Nutrition Therapy is an excellent introduction to Chinese dietetics for both students and practitioners of Chinese medicine ... I whole-heartedly endorse his book.--Nigel Wiseman For millennia, the Chinese have taught that a healthy, appropriate diet is an integral part of maintaining good health and healing various disorders. Here, the author demystifies Chinese dietetics, one of the pillars of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Joerg Kastner provides an introduction to the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the energetics of foods. Emphasizing a holistic approach throughout, Chinese Nutrition Therapy provides readers with tools for integrating the principles of Chinese dietetics into their daily lives. The book includes a comprehensive classification of more than 300 readily available foods such as vegetables, grains, herbs and spices, fruit, meat, seafood, dairy products, oils and fats, and more. Numerous clinical examples and treatment suggestions artfully combine Western medical conditions with Chinese diagnostic techniques. For this second edition the section on clinical examples has been expanded by detailed chapters on the treatment of obesity and physical and / or emotional fatigue. The explanation of causes of diseases according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the different symptoms, and the lists of recommended foods and foods to avoid are supplemented by advice on the adequate acupuncture treatment. Highlights: Descriptions of Chinese dietetics in practice and discussions of dietary factors, such as seasonal adaptations and differing requirements for children and seniors Practical tips on how to adapt Chinese nutrition therapy to Western products and cooking methods Clinical examples covering the major organ systems A handy A to Z list of common foods and their healing characteristics An essential reference for students and practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine, this user-friendly book will also be valued by nutritionists, dieticians, physicians, and anyone interested in living a long and healthy life. An award-winning international medical and scientific publisher, Thieme has demonstrated its commitment to the highest standard of quality in the state-of-the-art content and presentation of all of its products. Thiemes trademark blue and silver covers have become bsynonymous with excellence in publishing.

The Tao of Healthy Eating

"This small, concise book on Chinese dietary therapy has been written specifically for lay readers.

The Tao of Healthy Eating

Author: Bob Flaws

Publisher: Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc.

ISBN: 9780936185927

Page: 128

View: 435

"This small, concise book on Chinese dietary therapy has been written specifically for lay readers. It is meant to replace two earlier book I have written on Chinese dietary therapy, Prince Wen Hui's Cook, and Arisal of the Clear."--Preface.

Prince Wen Hui s Cook

Diet is one of the eight limbs of Chinese medicine, and may be used as a preventive measure as well as a therapy. This book is a laypersons guide to the intricate field of Chinese dietary therapy.

Prince Wen Hui s Cook

Author: Bob Flaws

Publisher: Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc.

ISBN: 9780912111056

Page: 201

View: 821

Diet is one of the eight limbs of Chinese medicine, and may be used as a preventive measure as well as a therapy. This book is a laypersons guide to the intricate field of Chinese dietary therapy. The authors provide useful information on over 150 food substances, along with valuable advice on selecting a healthful diet. The numerous and inviting recipes are easy to prepare. There is an interesting section on making your own medicinal cordials and liqueurs.

Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine

"This book will show you how to apply the ancient wisdom and traditions of Chinese medicine in the kitchen"--Page 4 of cover.

Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine

Author: Ellen Goldsmith

Publisher: Robert Rose

ISBN: 9780778805847

Page: 288

View: 873

East meets West in the kitchen with the nourishing treasures of Chinese Medicine. Food can be the most powerful medicine. This outstanding book introduces and teaches how to apply the ancient wisdom and traditions of the healing that comes through food according to Chinese medicine. This is a new way of thinking about what foods are needed to achieve balance and ultimately improve health. Goldsmith provides a keen and comprehensive understanding behind the basic principles of Chinese medicine so they can be easily applied to day-to-day lives. She takes these same concepts, expands on them for the food to eat in order to maximize the benefits of Chinese dietary therapy. Eating well is essential to good health and Chinese medicine believes that food truly is medicine. In an easy-to-understand and straightforward manner, Ellen explains how and which combination of foods and flavors act upon the body to move qi (energy) and how they act on the body to warm or cool. Many of the modern day chronic health problems caused by lifestyle, genetics and stress can be helped by distinctive and long lasting changes in the way we eat. 200 enticing recipes organized by season put the theory of Chinese medicine into practice. There are meals that are appropriate for each season from breakfast to dinner, including beverages and desserts. All the recipes are super straightforward, easy to assemble and easily adapted to meet your needs, desires and tastes.

Secrets of Chinese Nutrition

Besides introducing Chinese food therapy to those unfamiliar with it, it is also my
hope that this book will revive the age-old tradition of healthy eating the Chinese
way. This 'yin-yang' Chinese food therapy has always been practiced as the ...

Secrets of Chinese Nutrition

Author: Ng Siong Mui

Publisher: Landmark Books Pte Ltd

ISBN: 9814189235

Page: 252

View: 776

This is the much-awaited revised edition – complete with a fresh design and more enticing food photography – of a book that has found a place in the canon of Singapore cookbooks. Originally published as Secrets of Nutritional Chinese Cookery, its clear and easy-to-follow recipes produce delicious and fortifying Chinese food based on principles that date back 4,000 years. It shares how the basic techniques of stir-frying, steaming, simmering, double-boiling and stewing coaxes the best from choice and humble ingredients to produce nutritional dishes suitable for everyday meals and banquets. The key of this book is the Chinese belief that food is eaten not just to fuel the body, please the palate and satisfy the soul, but also eaten to promote good health. It is therefore a practical guide to eating nutritional food and maintaining good health the Chinese way.

Ecologies of the Heart

Chinese. Nutritional. Therapy. hinese nutritional therapy—the use of food as
medicine, to treat ... Unlike many folk systems of medicine, Chinese nutrition has
along written history. Doctors and food experts have devoted much effort to ...

Ecologies of the Heart

Author: E. N. Anderson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195358186

Page: 272

View: 663

There is much we can learn about conservation from native peoples, says Gene Anderson. While the advanced nations of the West have failed to control overfishing, deforestation, soil erosion, pollution, and a host of other environmental problems, many traditional peoples manage their natural resources quite successfully. And if some traditional peoples mismanage the environment--the irrational value some place on rhino horn, for instance, has left this species endangered--the fact remains that most have found ways to introduce sound ecological management into their daily lives. Why have they succeeded while we have failed? In Ecologies of the Heart, Gene Anderson reveals how religion and other folk beliefs help pre-industrial peoples control and protect their resources. Equally important, he offers much insight into why our own environmental policies have failed and what we can do to better manage our resources. A cultural ecologist, Gene Anderson has spent his life exploring the ways in which different groups of people manage the environment, and he has lived for years in fishing communities in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Tahiti, and British Columbia--as well as in a Mayan farmtown in south Mexico--where he has studied fisheries, farming, and forest management. He has concluded that all traditional societies that have managed resources well over time have done so in part through religion--by the use of emotionally powerful cultural symbols that reinforce particular resource management strategies. Moreover, he argues that these religious beliefs, while seeming unscientific, if not irrational, at first glance, are actually based on long observation of nature. To illustrate this insight, he includes many fascinating portraits of native life. He offers, for instance, an intriguing discussion of the Chinese belief system known as Feng-Shui (wind and water) and tells of meeting villagers in remote areas of Hong Kong's New Territories who assert that dragons live in the mountains, and that to disturb them by cutting too sharply into the rock surface would cause floods and landslides (which in fact it does). He describes the Tlingit Indians of the Pacific Northwest, who, before they strip bark from the great cedar trees, make elaborate apologies to spirits they believe live inside the trees, assuring the spirits that they take only what is necessary. And we read of the Maya of southern Mexico, who speak of the lords of the Forest and the Animals, who punish those who take more from the land or the rivers than they need. These beliefs work in part because they are based on long observation of nature, but also, and equally important, because they are incorporated into a larger cosmology, so that people have a strong emotional investment in them. And conversely, Anderson argues that our environmental programs often fail because we have not found a way to engage our emotions in conservation practices. Folk beliefs are often dismissed as irrational superstitions. Yet as Anderson shows, these beliefs do more to protect the environment than modern science does in the West. Full of insights, Ecologies of the Heart mixes anthropology with ecology and psychology, traditional myth and folklore with informed discussions of conservation efforts in industrial society, to reveal a strikingly new approach to our current environmental crises.

Bridging The Gap Integrative Oncology And The Practice Of Traditional Chinese Medicine

To begin with, the exclusion of a group of food known to have nutritional value in
the correct proportions cannot be ... There are exceptional books to refer to as
well, such as Chinese Nutrition Therapy, Healing with Whole Foods, and The ...

Bridging The Gap  Integrative Oncology And The Practice Of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Author: Bianca Di Giulio

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9811204047

Page: 316

View: 796

The book's inherent value, currently, is in its uniqueness. There are few books on Integrative Oncology (IO). There are few books on the entirety of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of cancer. There are even fewer, if any, books that deal with the topics of Integrative Oncology and the use of traditional Chinese medicine as a whole in the treatment of people with cancer. While very broad and deep topics, this makes for a varied audience of interest that includes not just the TCM practitioner or student, but Western health practitioners and patients as well as laypeople interested in the topic of oncology.For those interested in the topic of IO, it gives one of the few non-biased, honest and critical views of the state of IO in contrast to what is promoted by various institutions and societies.For the Western health practitioner and/or patient, many of whom are completely unfamiliar with TCM and how it works or can be used, it provides information on the breadth of TCM and how it can be applied in various ways to help improve outcomes.For the TCM practitioner or student, it provides much needed information on how to go about caring for a patient with cancer to include clinical pearls and important Western medical information and terminology.

Nutrition Fertility and Human Reproductive Function

J Guangzhou UTCM. 2007;24:445–448. Ma H, Lai M, Liu H, Song C, Pan S.
Clinical observation of integrated therapy of Chinese and western medicine on
85 patients with infertility caused by PCOS. J TCM U Hunan. 2009;29:47–48.
Liang R ...

Nutrition  Fertility  and Human Reproductive Function

Author: Kelton Tremellen

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1482215314

Page: 415

View: 902

One in six couples around the world experience infertility. Before undertaking expensive and intrusive assisted reproductive treatment such as in vitro fertilization, many seek advice from their physicians or dietitians on what foods and supplements might enhance their fertility. But health practitioners are often ill equipped to provide dietary recommendations in a scientifically based manner. Nutrition, Fertility, and Human Reproductive Function provides a comprehensive guide to clinicians on how they can best advise their patients to optimise fertility and reproductive function through optimal nutrition. Taking a holistic or "whole-of-life" approach, the book reviews the role of nutrition in human fertility and explores its effect on male and female reproductive physiology. Problem-orientated topics are arranged in chapters that each cover a specific clinical topic of interest, allowing easy reference by the practicing clinician. From the female perspective, the book covers the role of nutrition on essential reproductive processes such as ovulation, early embryo development, implantation, and sexual function, together with nutrition’s influence on the duration of the reproductive life span. In the male context, it examines the effect of nutrition on hormone and sperm production as well as sexual function. The book also includes information on evidence-based complementary health approaches such as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and naturopathy. This book draws on the wide experience of several respected leaders in clinical nutrition who combine research expertise with clinical insight. The information contained herein will enable clinicians to make the best recommendations for their patients for optimising fertility.

Pocket Atlas of Chinese Medicine

In this exquisitely illustrated pocket atlas, written by a renowned team of international experts, readers will find a concise yet comprehensive synopsis of the entire field of Chinese Medicine.

Pocket Atlas of Chinese Medicine

Author: Marnae C. Ergil

Publisher: Thieme

ISBN: 9783131416117

Page: 403

View: 391

In this exquisitely illustrated pocket atlas, written by a renowned team of international experts, readers will find a concise yet comprehensive synopsis of the entire field of Chinese Medicine.

Healing Brain Injury with Chinese Medical Approaches

Print. Kastner, Joerg. Chinese Nutrition Therapy: dietetics in traditional Chinese
medicine. 2nd ed. New York: Thieme. 2009. Print. Kidwell, Martin. “TCM
Pathology,” Lecture. Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, Portland, OR, 2009–
2011.

Healing Brain Injury with Chinese Medical Approaches

Author: Douglas S. Wingate

Publisher: Singing Dragon

ISBN: 0857013564

Page: 632

View: 889

Learn to treat symptoms of traumatic and acquired brain injury using Chinese medicinal methods of acupuncture and herbal medicine. Covering both Western and Chinese medicine understandings of the brain, the book provides a thorough exploration of treatment options, including multiple acupuncture systems, Chinese herbal formulas, dietary and orthomolecular recommendations, and standard biomedical approaches. Many symptoms associated with brain injury can be effectively addressed or reduced using TCM, including chronic headache, fatigue, dizziness, pain, and anxiety among others. The book highlights the special considerations that should be taken when working with people with brain injury, as well as when treating particular subpopulations, including pediatrics and veterans.

Chinese Medicinal Wines Elixirs

"Presents the ingredients, method of preparation and administration, indications, and contradictions of over 200 authentic Chinese medicinal wines.

Chinese Medicinal Wines   Elixirs

Author: Bob Flaws

Publisher: Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc.

ISBN: 9780936185583

Page: 242

View: 437

"Presents the ingredients, method of preparation and administration, indications, and contradictions of over 200 authentic Chinese medicinal wines. These medicinal wines are especially useful for the treatment of traumatic injuries, bi syndromes, and debility in the aged"--Provided by publisher.

The Asian Diet

If you want to learn how to address a certain ailment with diet therapy, please
consult Chinese Nutrition Therapy by Joerg Kastner and Anika Moje or Chinese
System of Food Cures by Henry C. Lu (unfortunately out of print but maybe you
can ...

The Asian Diet

Author: Jason Bussell

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1844093468

Page: 144

View: 233

In this era of fad diets, detox programs, and "superfoods," this examination of the relationship between diet and lifestyle looks to the Far East to claim that the simple principles to live by are balance and moderation. By rebuilding the connections between what is put into the body and how it functions, the diet outlined in this book teaches the daily effects that particular food choices will have—on bodyweight, energy, mood, and the quality and duration of life—and that ultimately all foods are good in the right proportion. All major food groups are covered, with additional sections on dietary supplements, lifestyle, and attitude, plus a handful of recipes to demonstrate the principles of the diet.

Healing with Whole Foods

Dietary therapy for cancer has taken many forms over the centuries , although in
the early twenty - first century a consensus ... Perhaps the most striking difference
between Gerson's recommendations and ours is the use of traditional Chinese ...

Healing with Whole Foods

Author: Paul Pitchford

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN: 9781556434303

Page: 753

View: 489

A guide to health, diet, alternative medicine, and natural food presentation teaches readers how to apply Chinese medicine and the five-element theory to a contemporary diet and treat illness and nervous disorders through food choices.

Nutrition and Diet Therapy Reference Dictionary

... allowance that may be considered desirable . FAO / WHO ( 1985 ) * Handbook
on Human Nutritional Requirements . FAO Nutritional Studies No. ... China ( 1988
) * Chinese Nutrition Society . Recommended Dietary Allowances , Revised ...

Nutrition and Diet Therapy Reference Dictionary

Author: Rosalinda T. Lagua

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780412070518

Page: 491

View: 212

Completely up-to-date, this newly revised Fourth Edition provides the most comprehensive nutrition and diet therapy dictionary available for health care professionals. This wide-ranging, authoritative volume covers all aspects of nutrition, including assessment, drug nutrient interactions, laboratory interpretations, enteral and parenteral nutrition support, community and public health nutrition programs, and nutrition throughout the life cycle. It contains expanded coverage of important, current topics, such as chemical dependency, AIDS, nutrition in preventive health care, nutrition labelling, and organ transplantation. Special features of the dictionary include entries on 130 different diets; nutrition therapy for more than 350 disorders, including inborn errors of metabolism; 145 drugs and their effects on nutrition; and more than 150 nutritional products with their main uses and composition. Topics that are crucial to public health for the remainder of the 1990's into the next millennium are covered. Preventative diets for obesity and major degenerative diseases, such as coronary heart disease, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and cancer are also included.

Chinese Traditional Herbal Medicine Volume 1

This first volume focuses on the theory, principles, diagnostic methods and treatment modalities that are an essential part of the practicum of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

Chinese Traditional Herbal Medicine Volume 1

Author: Lesley Tierra

Publisher: Lotus Press

ISBN: 0940676710

Page: 418

View: 653

This first volume focuses on the theory, principles, diagnostic methods and treatment modalities that are an essential part of the practicum of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It is intended to not only provide the background and theoretical framework for the reader to understand the viewpoint from which TCM starts in its understanding of human health, but also gives the reader systematic insight and practical information to permit meaningful application of these principles.

The Land of the Five Flavors

A Cultural History of Chinese Cuisine Thomas O. Höllmann. Hu, William C. The
Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. Foods and Folklore. Ann Arbor, MI: Ars Ceramica,
... Chinese Nutrition Therapy. Dietetics in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Stuttgart
 ...

The Land of the Five Flavors

Author: Thomas O. Höllmann

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231536542

Page: 304

View: 629

Renowned sinologist Thomas O. Höllmann tracks the growth of food culture in China from its earliest burial rituals to today's Western fast food restaurants, mapping Chinese cuisine's geographical variations and local customs, indigenous factors and foreign influences, trade routes, and ethnic associations. Höllmann details the food practices of major Chinese religions and the significance of eating and drinking in rites of passage and popular culture. He enriches his narrative with thirty of his favorite recipes and a selection of photographs, posters, paintings, sketches, and images of clay figurines and other objects excavated from tombs. Höllmann's award-winning history revisits the invention of noodles, the role of butchers and cooks in Chinese politics, debates over the origin of grape wines, and the causes of modern-day food contamination. He discusses local crop production, the use of herbs and spices, the relationship between Chinese food and economics, the influence of Chinese philosophy, and traditional dietary concepts and superstitions. Citing original Chinese sources, Höllmann uncovers fascinating aspects of daily Chinese life, constructing a multifaceted compendium that inspires a rich appreciation of Chinese arts and culture.

Handbook of Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy

Carbohydrate Counting for Diabetes Nutrition Therapy 37 - year - ... Chinese
Foods Egg flower , soup Fried rice ( rice , meat , eggs , onions ) Fortune cookies
Egg roll Chow mein Sukiyaki Tofu Chop suey Pepper steak Chow mein noodles
Egg ...

Handbook of Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy

Author: Margaret A. Powers (RD.)

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780834206311

Page: 711

View: 855

The focus of this revised book is to strengthen the diabetes nutritional management principles that empower dietitians to expand their roles, and to update research and techniques that describe state-of-the-art diabetes management. Pertinent information resulting from advanced glucose monitoring practices/techniques and new food ingredients such as artificial sweeteners and fat replacers are discussed. "The Handbook of Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy offers health care providers a complete guide to diabetes management. it is also refreshingly specific, making it a handy tool for dietitions, dietetic technicians, and diabetes educators." -- Journal of the American Dietetic Association (97:2, February 1997) "Overall the text is thorough, clear and well-written by credible RDs and MDs...The syllabus enables the reader to locate points of interest quickly rather than sifting through a large number of pages. I recommend the book to anyone providing care to patients with diabetes." -- Susan Nolan, Barrie Community Health Centre, Barrie, ON "Anyone studying For The certified diabetes educator examination would benefit from a close review of this book. I just took the exam and wish I had used Handbook of Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy as an adjunct To The core curriculum guide offered with the examination." -- Sari Edelstein, PhD, RD Health Maintenance Organization-Based Private Practice Miami, FL

Innovation in Chinese Medicine

At the time it seems to have come to the first clear distinction between drug
therapy and dietary therapy , reflected in the first appearance of the terms dietary
treatment ( shizhi A ) and dietary therapy ( shiliao ** ) . These Chinese terms refer
to a ...

Innovation in Chinese Medicine

Author: Elisabeth Hsu

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521800686

Page: 426

View: 328

A 2001 series of case-studies exploring the transformation of Chinese medicine over the centuries.

Nutrition in a Nutshell

Herbs have been used throughout human history in medical treatments and are
still widely used for healing purposes ... still rely on the Chinese medicine system
which includes acupuncture, herbology, massage, diet therapy and therapeutic ...

Nutrition in a Nutshell

Author: John Meddling

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 149694626X

Page: 136

View: 884

This book was originally written in 1997 but was unpublished and local to Nashville, Tennessee. Over the years, many have continually asked me about its circulation, so I am now reintroducing it to the masses. I hope the information in this book will give clear guidelines to easy body maintenance. The language is so simple and defined that I've entitled it "Nutrition in a Nutshell: Healing with Herbs."

Make Yourself Better

Alexander, K. (2007) Dietary Healing. Belair, South Australia: Annexus Pty Ltd. ...
Bridges, L. (2003) Face Reading in Chinese Medicine. Philadelphia, PA:
Churchill ... Kastner, J. (2004) Chinese Nutritional Therapy. Stuttgart: Thieme.
Katz, S.

Make Yourself Better

Author: Philip Weeks

Publisher: Singing Dragon

ISBN: 1848190123

Page: 240

View: 355

Bringing ancient Eastern and Western medical traditions into a modern world, this guide, devoted to the importance of good nutrition, detoxification, activity and physical exercise, empowers readers to make more informed choices to lead healthier lives. Original.