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Chinese Food Energies and Gut Health

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http://www.spooky2-mall.com/ - In traditional Chinese medicine, there are values assigned to foods as to how they affect the body and gut. Read the article and find more.

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Chinese Food Energies and Gut Health

  1. 1. Spooky2 Chinese Food Energies and Gut Health Our Users & Team
  2. 2. Official Support Website: www.spooky2.com Official Purchasing Website: www.spooky2-mall.com Email:echolee@cleanenergy-npt.com or service@spooky2.com In traditional Chinese medicine, there are values assigned to foods as to how they affect the body and gut. The range of energy values goes from "Cold" to "Cool" to "Neutral" to "Warm" to "Hot". Obviously, for the gut, one would want to stay between Cold and Neutral.
  3. 3. Official Support Website: www.spooky2.com Official Purchasing Website: www.spooky2-mall.com Email:echolee@cleanenergy-npt.com or service@spooky2.com Most of the Cold/Hot food energy values are obvious (watermelon vs. garlic), however, there are many surprises on the Warm/Hot columns. I point this out as most of us eat what may be seemingly "innocent" foods that might be severely aggravating the gut.
  4. 4. Official Support Website: www.spooky2.com Official Purchasing Website: www.spooky2-mall.com Email:echolee@cleanenergy-npt.com or service@spooky2.com Some examples of surprisingly Warm and Hot foods include: mushroom, cabbage, green bean, carrot, cherry, grape, orange (while lemon is cool!), raspberry, apricot, peach, oat, wheat bran, millet, sesame seed, chestnut, lentil, pine nut, beef, chicken, lamb, basil, brown sugar, and vinegar.
  5. 5. Official Support Website: www.spooky2.com Official Purchasing Website: www.spooky2-mall.com Email:echolee@cleanenergy-npt.com or service@spooky2.com Obviously, foods in the Warm and Hot column may be eaten, but need to be “outweighed” by those in the Cold to Neutral columns. Using this chart, which was given to me by an acupuncturist, will help people to identify and control food triggers for illness.
  6. 6. Official Support Website: www.spooky2.com Official Purchasing Website: www.spooky2-mall.com Email:echolee@cleanenergy-npt.com or service@spooky2.com Thank you!
  7. 7. Official Support Website: www.spooky2.com Official Purchasing Website: www.spooky2-mall.com Email:echolee@cleanenergy-npt.com or service@spooky2.com Thank you!

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