Tag Archives: Bone broth

Bone Broth In Chinese Dietetics

By Kyle Rhodes             Bone broth is definitely one of those trendy foods we hear so much about across food blogs and nutritional platforms, but how is it seen in Chinese medicine? Broths have been used in Chinese cooking for millennia, not only for nutrition but for healing as well (which, as we know, are […]

Heal Yourself With Food: Food Therapy For Blood Deficiency

Food Therapy For Blood Deficiency What does healthy blood do?  The concept of ‘blood’ in Chinese medicine encompasses a little bit more than our physiologic understanding of blood in the Western scientific world.  It also applies to the the denser, more fluid aspect of our bodies, as well as the vigor or vitality of our actual […]

Winter: The Season of the Kidneys

Winter weather is settling in here in Walla Walla, WA. As we bundle up and cuddle up in the evenings, it reminds me that winter represents a very important season in Chinese and East Asian medicine. Each season has strong ties to specific organ systems and acupuncture meridians in East Asian medicine. The way we adjust […]