Chinese System of Yin/Yang Foods

From Dr. Cousens’ book, Conscious Eating: The interrelating and complementary principles of yin and yang are key concepts in traditional Chinese philosophy that are used to describe the dynamic nature of the universe. The principles of yin and yang, though polar opposites, do not exist without each other. According to traditional Chinese thought, everything, even the personality, can be viewed from the perspective of yin and yang elements. Yang attributes are contractive, hot, fiery, dense, heavy, flat, and low to the ground. A yang personality is powerful, strong-willed, extroverted,grounded, outgoing, focused, concrete, active, and prone to getting angry easily. An […]

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How to Develop the Best Diet for Yourself

The following article is an excerpt from Dr. Cousens’ book Rainbow Green Live-Food Cuisine. Click here to download the remaining chapter to learn about Fast-and-Slow Oxidizer Diets, Ayurvedic Dietary Considerations and Blood Type and Diet. The key to creating the optimal diet for yourself is to understand that there is no single best diet for everyone. This is contrary to the fallacy of allopathic thinking which, as a rule, does not address the person’s underlying biochemical individuality. Recently the human genome research by the federal government’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) found as many as 1.4 million variations in the […]

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Individualizing Your Diet with Physiological Type

Get Dr. Cousens’ full 25-page article for free that also contains ten charts, personal questionnaires, and useful tables as guidelines to support you in creating the optimized individual diet for you! Your free access to the article “Individualize Your Diet with Optimal Food Nutrient Ratios for Your Physiological Type” by Gabriel Cousens, MD, MD(H) is one click away. Get it now! Please note that even if you are already signed up for our newsletter, you will need to enter your email again in order to get the bonus .pdf

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