Marketing strategies for workout programs, fad diets and health supplements boast that they are the endall, cure-all, silver bullet, burning bush. Even foods experience their “15 minutes of fame” as a result of propagandized marketing tactics. Last year kale was in, now cauliflower is the new kale. GMO, MGO, OMG! – whatever it is, instead of the one-size-fits-all medical sales pitch, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) identifies the body type God gave you and matches a program or product tailored to that body type. TCM does this by categorizing everyone into 5 different elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Think of it as a free picture book for improving your health through Traditional Chinese Medicine. Most people have one or two primary elements. When certain organs need support (thank you college diet lifestyle) our body sends signals to other parts saying fix me! If an organ is not receiving proper foods and nutrients, Traditional Chinese Medicine has clocked out the times that the organ is active and can literally wake you up. Emotions and seasons can also adversely affect our bodies. In this e-book, you will learn how to understand the alarm bells and how to support your body’s elements with the foods that TCM recommends to improve health.
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