Food Therapy

  • 1 hour
  • 70 Canadian dollars
  • 120 Street

Service Description

There are no ‘good’ foods or ‘bad’ foods; there are appropriate foods for each individual and inappropriate nutrition for a specific individual, just as there are right herbs for each individual depending on what their health needs are. Yang warming tonic herbs would be quite beneficial for an individual who is cold and fatigued; however, the same nourishing warming herbs may cause irritation and headaches in someone who is thirsty and experiencing night sweats, as seen with Yin Deficiency. Like herbs, foods have different energetic qualities; they can be warming or cooling, for example. In TCM, food therapy is simply part of the more extensive medicine system, including acupuncture and herbalism.

Contact Details

  • 6350 120 Street, Surrey, BC, Canada