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-Asparagus

-Black Rice & sticky

-Brown Sugar

-Butter

-Carrot

-Celery

-Chicken

-Chickpeas

-Corn

-Eggs

-Lamb

-Lychee

-Milk

-Onions ..................................Normal or Green

-Raspberries

Hot, Cold or Neutral ?

 

 

- Amaranth

- Anchovies

- Apples

-Aubergine

- Barley

- Barley / Malt

- Beef

- Black grape

- Blackberries

- Broccoli

- Buckwheat

- Cabbage

- Catfish

- Cauliflower

- Cherries

 

 

- Alcohol ..............................In any form

- Alfalfa sprouts

- Almonds

- Apricot

- Avocado

- Bamboo shoots

- Bananas

- Basil

- Black pepper .....................And Green, Yellow , Red

- Blueberries

- Broomcorn

- Cayenne

- Chestnuts ..........................All nuts are hot

- Chive

- Cinnamon

- Coconut

Diet is a very important aspect of our daily lives as everything we eat has an effect on our physical, spiritual and mental well-being. Food and drink are categorised as healthy or unhealthy and may also be further divided into Yin (cool/cold), Yang (warm/hot) or neutral subgroups.

 

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the term ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ relate not to temperature but instead to the nature of the food and drink with regards to their capacity to generate sensations via chemical reactions and their subsequent effect on our bodies. This concept is referred to as "Yin and Yang" food.

 

To help you achieve a healthy, balanced diet based on Yin and Yang food we have compiled an easy-to-use guide as shown below. We plan to expand our list based on patient requests so please feel free to contact the clinic for information on additional food/drinks.

Hot Food, Fruits & Drinks

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Cold Food, Fruits & Drinks

Neutral Food, Fruits & Drinks

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