259. Chinese Nutrition Therapy

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259. Chinese Nutrition Therapy

 

 

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Syllabus

About this Book
1 Theory
A Introduction to the Basic Principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and
Chinese Dietetics
Yin and Yang
Therapeutic Principles of TCM
Yin And Yang are Opposites
Yin And Yang are Divisible but Inseparable (Yin Yang Ke Fen Er Bu Ke Li)
Yin And Yang are Rooted in Each Other (Yin Yang Hu Gen)
Yin And Yang Counterbalance Each Other (Yin Yang Zhi Yue)
Yin And Yang Mutually Transform Each Other
The Five Phases (Wu Xing)
The Five Basic Substances
Life Force —Qi
Function
Dysfunction
Congenital Essence —Jing
Function
Dysfunction
Blood —Xue
Function
Dysfunction
Spirit—Shen
Function
Dysfunction
Body Fluids —Jin Ye
Function
Dysfunction

Causes of Diseases
External Bioclimatic Factors or Impediments
Wind
Cold
Dampness
Heat
Dryness (Zao)
Internal Factors, “The Five Minds (Emotions)” (Wu Shi)
Traditional Chinese Nutrition Theory
The Qi Energy Concept of TCM
Congenital Constitution Essence (Jing)
Gu Qi (Drum Qi, or Food Qi)
Ancestral (Air) Qi (Zong Qi)
Function of the Triple Burner (San Jiao)
B Methodology of Nutritional Therapy
Energetics of Food
Energetic Thermal Nature
Hot
Warm
Neutral
Cool
Cold
“Yang Foods”
Qi Vacuity
Yang Vacuity
“Yin Foods”
Yin Vacuity
Yang Repletion
The Five Flavors (Wu Wei)
Sweet Flavor
Acrid Flavor

Salty Flavor
Sour Flavor
Bitter Flavor
Flavor Association with Organ Networks
Example: Carrot
Qi Movement Caused by Food: Food Direction
Upbearing Movement
Floating Movement
Downbearing Movement
Falling Movement
Influencing the Thermal Nature of Foods
Cooling Cooking Methods
Warming Cooking Methods
Cooking Methods in Detail
Baking
Blanching
Frying and Roasting
Steaming
Grilling/Broiling/Barbecue
Boiling/Simmering
Cooking with Alcohol
Boiling with Plentiful Water
Cooking with Cooling Ingredients (e.g., Fruit, Sprouts)
Slow, Gentle Frying (Braising)
Salting (Pickling in Brine)
Smoking
Seasoning
Meal Preparation in Tune with the Five Phases (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water)
2 Chinese Dietetics in Practice
Basic Recommendations of Chinese Dietetics
The Path to Healthy Eating Habits

Inner Attitude and Environment
Eating with Enjoyment and in a Relaxed Atmosphere
General Recommendations
Cooking Methods
Food Quantity
Food Quality
Flavor
Energetic Thermal Quality
Special Significance of the Earth Phase
“Strengthening the Inner Center”
Nutrition and Daily Rhythms
Breakfast
Lunch
Evening Meal/Dinner
Nutrition and Seasonal Rhythms
Spring
Summer (Hot Season)
Autumn
Winter (Cold Season)
Nutrition and Pathogenic Factors
Cold
Heat
Dampness
Dryness
External Wind
Wind–Cold
Wind–Heat
Internal Wind
Nutrition and the Human Life Cycle
Children and Young People
Midlife

Older People
3 Practical Application of Chinese Dietetics
A General Applications of Chinese Dietetics
Practical Guidelines for Giving Nutritional Advice
The Role of Chinese Nutrition in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
General Indications for Chinese Dietetics
Don’t Worry about Dogmatism
Tips for Giving Nutritional Advice
General Nutritional Recommendations (for sharing with patients)
Application Areas
General Qi Vacuity
General Yang Vacuity
General Yin Vacuity
Yin Repletion (Excess) and Dampness
Yang Repletion (Excess) Conditions
Blood Vacuity (Xue Xu)
Strengthening Defense Qi (Wei Qi)
Supplementing Lung Qi
Dampness and Phlegm Conditions
B Application of Chinese Dietetics for Specific Conditions
Network:
Bowel (Zang Organ): Spleen/Pancreas (Pi), SP
Viscera (Fu Organ): Stomach (Wei) ST
Tasks and Functions of Spleen/Pancreas and Stomach
Governance of Body Fluids and Liquids
Production and Retention of Blood
Governance of Connective Tissue
Special Diet for Spleen/Pancreas–Stomach Network
Spleen Syndromes and Chinese Nutrition
Spleen Qi Vacuity (Pi Qi Xu)
Spleen Yang Vacuity (Pi Yang Xu)
Organ Network Spleen/Pancreas–Stomach

General Causes of Stomach Dysfunction
Stomach Syndromes and Chinese Nutrition
Stomach Qi Vacuity (Wei Qi Xu)
Stomach Yin Vacuity (Wei Yin Xu)
Stomach Qi Vacuity with Cold (Wei Qi Xu Han)
Food Stagnating in the Stomach (Shi Zhi Wei Wan)
Stomach Fire (Wei Re)
Organ Network:
Bowel (Zang Organ): Lung (Fei), LU
Viscera (Fu Organ): Large Intestine (Da Chang)
Organ Network Lung–Large Intestine
Nutrition and Organ Network
Lung Syndromes and Chinese Nutrition
Lung Qi Vacuity (Fei Qi Xu)
Phlegm–Damp Obstructing the Lung (Tan Shi Zu Fei)
Lung Yin Vacuity (Fei Yin Xu)
Organ Network:
Bowel (Zang Organ): Kidney (Shen), KI
Viscera (Fu Organ): Bladder (Pang Guang)
Organ Network Kidney–Bladder
Kidney Syndromes and Chinese Nutrition
Kidney Qi Vacuity (Shen Qi Xu)
Kidney Yang Vacuity (Shen Yang Xu)
Kidney Yin Vacuity (Shen Yin Xu)
Kidney Yin Vacuity (Shen Yin Xu), Heart Yin Vacuity (Xin Yin Xu),
Noninteraction of the Heart and Kidney (Xin Shen Bu Jiao)
Organ Network:
Bowel (Zang Organ): Liver (Gan), LR
Viscera (Fu Organ): Gallbladder (Dan), GB
Organ Network Liver–Gallbladder
Nutrition and Organ Network
Liver Syndromes and Chinese Nutrition

Binding Depression of Liver Qi (Gan Qi Yu Jie)
Ascendant Liver Yang (Gan Yang Shang Kang)
Liver Fire Flaming Upward (Gan Huo Shang Yan)
Liver Yin Vacuity (Gan Yin Xu)
Liver Blood Vacuity (Gan Xue Xu)
Organ Network:
Bowel (Zang Organ): Heart (Xin), HT
Viscera (Fu Organ): Small Intestine (Xiao Chang)
Organ Network Heart–Small Intestine
Nutrition and Organ Network
Heart Syndromes and Chinese Nutrition
Heart Yang Vacuity (Xin Yang Xu)
Heart Blood Vacuity (Xin Xue Xu)
Heart Yin Vacuity (Xin Yin Xu)
Heart Fire Flaming Upward (Xin Huo Shang Yan)
4 Food Classification
Vegetables
Bamboo Sprouts
Cabbage
Chinese Cabbage (Napa Cabbage)
Cucumber
Eggplant (Aubergine)
Green Onions (Spring Onions)
Leek
Lettuce
Lotus Root
Onion
Spinach
Sweet Potato
Tomato
Grains and Soy
Barley

Buckwheat
Corn
Millet
Oats
Rice (White and Brown)
Rye
Spelt
Soybean, Black
Soybean, Yellow
Wheat
Spices, Herbs, Sweeteners, Condiments
Chili
Cinnamon
Coriander
Ginger, Fresh or Dried
Garlic
Mushrooms
Pepper (Seasoning)
Salt
Seaweed (General)
Soy Sauce
Sweeteners: Brown or Whole Cane Sugar
Sweeteners: Honey
Sweeteners: Malt Sugar–Maltose–Malt Syrup
Sweeteners: White Sugar
Vinegar
Fruit
Apple
Apricot
Banana
Cherry
Grapefruit, Pomelo

Grapes
Kiwi
Lemon
Orange
Peach
Pear
Pineapple
Plum
Watermelon
Meat and Poultry
Beef
Beef Liver
Chicken
Chicken Liver
Duck
Lamb, Mutton, Sheep
Pork
Rabbit/Hare
Venison (Deer)
Fish/Sea Food
Anchovies
Carp
Crab
Eel
Herring
Mackerel
Mussels
Oysters
Prawns/Crayfish/Lobster
Sardines
Squid, Octopus
Trout

Tuna
Dairy Products, Eggs, Oils and Fats
Butter and Cream
Cow Milk
Cow Milk Cheese
Chicken Eggs
Goat and Sheep Milk
Goat and Sheep Milk Cheese
Peanut Oil
Sesame Oil
Soybean Oil
Yogurt
Nuts and Seeds
Almonds
Black Sesame
Chestnut
Hazelnut
Peanut
Pine Nuts
Sunflower Seeds
Alcoholic Beverages, Coffee and Tea
Alcoholic Beverages
Coffee
Tea
5 Clinical Examples
Respiratory Tract Disorders
Main Symptom: Colds
Bronchitis/Chronic Bronchitis
Main Symptom: Cough
Main Symptom: Sore Throat
Main Symptom: Frontal Sinusitis and Maxillary Sinusitis

Bronchial Asthma
Gastrointestinal Disorders
Main Symptom: Diarrhea
Main Symptom: Constipation
Main Symptom: Epigastric Disorders
Main Symptom: Nausea and Emesis (Vomiting)
Main Symptom: Meteorism (Abdominal Distension)
Main Symptom: Hiccough, Singult (Sighing, Sobbing)
Obesity/Losing Weight
Main Symptom: Overweight
Physical and/or Emotional Fatigue
Main Symptom: Fatigue, Exhaustion, Burnout
Cardiovascular Disorders
General Weakness, Lack of Energy, Low Blood Pressure
Main Symptom: Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
Eye Disorders
Inflammation
Skin Disorders
Neurodermatitis
Acne
Urogenital Disorders
Main Symptom: Cystitis (Urinary Tract Infections/Inflammation)
Incontinence, Enuresis (Bedwetting), Frequent Micturition (Urination)
Impotence, Weak Libido
Gynecological Disorders
Morning Sickness During Pregnancy
6 Chinese Dietetics At a Glance
Foods Classified by Phase/Organ Network

Phase: Earth Organ Network: Spleen/Pancreas, Stomach
Phase: Metal Organ Network: Lung–Large Intestine
Phase: Water Organ Network: Kidney–Bladder
Phase: Wood Organ Network: Liver–Gallbladder
Phase: Fire Organ Network: Heart–Small Intestine
Foods from A to Z
7 Glossary
Further Reading
Index

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