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December 16, 2009
Anna's Nature Regimen and Recipe Express
-- Keep your life close to the nature
China's five-thousand years of culture and history reserved precious regimen. I'm digging out and would like to share with you. So this website,including this e-zine is not only about Chinese recipes, it's more about healthy life style.
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Table of Content:
The six Fu-organs include gallbladder, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, bladder and the triple energizer. While five Zang-organs store Jing-Qi(essence), six Fu-organs are responsible for transforming and transporting food.
The philosophy of the Daoism(Taoism) is the only one that contains and studies human's long live. So its Tao of wellness is deserved to be followed up.
The six Fu-organs include gallbladder, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, bladder and the triple energizer. Six Fu-organs are responsible for transforming and transporting food. That means they receive and digest food, absorb the nutrient and excrete the waste.
Six Fu-organs function well only when they are unobstructed and the Qi is descent.
About the Gallbladder
The physiological function of the gallbladder is to store and excrete the bile. The bile plays very important role in assisting the absorption of food.
Whether or not the bile works well depends on the two aspects. First, the dredging and dispersing functions of the liver;second, the unobstructed condition of the gallbladder. If they have problem it'll affect the excretion of the bile and lead to anorexia, abdominal distension, vomiting, hypochondriac pain and even jaundice.
In view of Traditional Chinese Medicine, gallbladder is in charge of decision. Gallbladder has the function of judging and making decision. If a person's gallbladder Qi is strong he won't effected by sudden stimulus. If a person's gallbladder Qi is weak he is easy to effected by the sudden changes and falls to sick.
Chinese dessert also called Dim sum. According to the material used in recipes, there are rice porridge, crisp cake, bean cake. Red bean is always used to be as stuff. Moon cake is well-known traditional Chinese snack. It dated as early as 1000 years ago.
But why there are not much home made Chinese dessert? Click here to take a look.
Methods of Calmness and Activity
a. When walking, sitting or sleeping, let the tongue to click on the maxilla to keep mind calmness,so that body fluid will generate easily.
b. Get up at daytime and go to sleep at night,ataraxia so that Qi and blood keep harmony.
c. When getting hungery or thirsty, go for proper diet to keep body calmness, so that the viscera will keep healthy.
d. When working, arrange balanced work and rest to keep body shape calmness, so that bone and muscle become stronger.
a. In the morning facing the sunrise on the east direction, Massage face and neck by palm for 7-8 times.
b. At night before going to sleep, lie on the bed facing upward. Rub hands to warm. Massage arms and thigh.
c. In the morning close eyes, knock teethiknock between up teeth and down teeth). There will produced saliva(body fluid). Swallow it.
d. At night move eyes, massage nose and ear lap.
e. Take a walk after a meal.
f. Pat chest and back when get angered.
g. Talking too much will hurt Yuan Qi(primordial Qi).
h. Too much miscellaneous matters will hurt blood.
Body movement can regulate Qi, blood and meridians; Force using can regulate viscera and stretch tendon and strengthen muscles.
Most people struggle with the delicious food on holiday. Here some tips may give you some help. To eat healthily while not overeat.
Obama visited China last month (Nov.15-18). What food did Chinese people treat Obama? Obama visited in Shanghai and Beijing. Shanghainese prepared Shanghai featured dishes.Let's take a look here:
As I mentioned in last issue we'll have some meeting and activities in Shanghai. If you are staying in Shanghai come and join us!. Here is the details:
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