Eating Your Way to Health by Cai Jingfeng
Chinese dietotherapy originated among the common people. Through the ages this wisdom has been distilled and improved by doctors, and handed down from ancient times. There are several distinct advantages to this method: The basic foods are easily acquirable; the food itself is easy to make; it is safe; and it often can effect a cure. Accordingly, dietotherapy has been much appreciated by people in China, and with the increasing contacts between China and other lands, it is being more and more welcomed abroad.
This book systematically describes the history of Chinese dietotherapy, tells how to make medicinal foods, introduces the varieties of medicinal foods and explains the proper method of consumption. Dietary treatments for 42 common illnesses are described and more than 100 kinds of medicinal foods are explained in detail. The reader can thus compound and apply the foods as their own condition requires to achieve a cure and greater health.
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