Food and Chinese Medicine

Chinese dietary therapy is a standard modality of traditional Chinese medicine. The idea that food is also medicine is deeply rooted in the Chinese culture. Chinese medicine has a unique way to assess foods. Practitioners not only look at nutritional components, but also consider the food's color, taste, texture and shape. Foods with specific colors and tastes nourish specific parts of the body and correct specific imbalances.

We recommend that you consult with a Traditional Chinese Medical practitioner, physician, veterinarian, or other trusted health care practitioner before using any products, taking any nutritional supplements, beginning any course of treatment, or if you have any questions regarding your health or the health of your pet.