Chinese food therapy

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Template:Biologically based therapy Chinese food therapy (Template:Zh, also called Chinese nutrition therapy) is a claimed therapeutic mode of dieting rooted in Chinese customs and centred on concepts such as eating in moderation.[1][2]

Further Reading

  • Ellis, George & Zhao Zhuo. The Healing Cuisine of China (1998, Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, ISBN 9780892817788)
  • Lu, Henry C. Chinese system of Food Cures (1989, Pelanduk Publications Malaysia Sdn Bhd, ISBN 9789679782530)
  • Kastner, Joerg. Chinese Nutrition Therapy: Dietetics in Traditional Chinese Medicine (2008, Thieme Medical Publishers, ISBN 3131309628)

References

  1. Whang J (January 1981). "Chinese traditional food therapy". J Am Diet Assoc 78 (1): 55–7. PMID 7217561. 
  2. Shen, CuiZhen; Samantha Mei-Che Pang, Enid Wai-Yung Kwong, ZhiQing Cheng (April 2010). "The effect of Chinese food therapy on community dwelling Chinese hypertensive patients with Yin-deficiency.". Journal of Clinical Nursing 19 (7-8): 1008-1020. Template:Citation error. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20492045. Retrieved 27 April 2014. 

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