TCM Dietary Therapy. Eating your way to health and long life. Chinese Medicine. Diet Exercise Rest Acupuncture Chinese herbal formulas. TCM Food Therapy. The Art of Cooking and Preparing Food to help maintain optimal health Let Food be your Medicine -- Hippocrates.
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Eating your way to health and long life
Calories / day = 20 X body weight in lbs
Determine whether Excess or Deficient
In Excess, Feed the Grandparent (Ko cycle)
In Deficiency, Feed the Zang-Fu and the Mother (Shen cycle)
Balance the ingredients for each flavor, direction and energyPrinciples of Using TCM Diet
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Chinese Food Therapy for Horses
2 oz turkey breast
3 oz ground beef
3 oz beef kidney
2 oz beef liver
3 oz white fish
4 oz tofu
2 sardines in olive oil
1 T olive oil
1/2 c broccoli
1/2 c carrots
2 oz mushrooms
1/2 c spinach
1/4 c red peppers
1/4 c green peppers
1 T vinegar
1 clove garlic
1500 mg calciumBase TCVM Diet for Dogs
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Contains 356 calories with a 61/6/33 percent protein/carbohydrate/fat content.