“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.” –Anne Wigmore
Food is the most powerful medicine. I believe so strongly in the impact of proper nutrition, that dietary therapy is a part of every patient’s treatment plan.
Specializing in women’s health, I am passionate about finding the best foods and herbal formulas to nourish and supplement the body. This is particularly true for postpartum mothers under my care.
Ho, Li and Shan Yu-Su (2011) conducted a clinical study for the Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, which found that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Dietary Therapy was associated with a decreased anteroposterior diameter of the uterine and the cavity. Based on this study, they suggested that this treatment might increase contractile activity for the postpartum uterus.
Meaning that… by following your treatment plan, you should be able to bounce back to your healthy, super mom abilities in no time after delivery!
Your Dinner Plate Is A Reflection Of Your Health
This is especially true for those suffering from not only digestive disorders, but also from skin disorders such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. Everything we put into bodies affects the overall system!
Custom Diet Plans
Using TCM theory, we will go over your current diet and review which foods you should include more of, and which foods you should eliminate during treatment.
Having battled with my own nutrition before, I will give you tips and tools to effectively curb cravings and avoid binging, as well as understanding the relationship between specific foods and your body systems.
When you sign up at the blog, you will find weekly tips for meal prepping, as well as HEALTHY, quick and easy recipes that you and your family will love to eat!
Research and Publications | evidence based medicine
Sources: M. Ho, T. Li, and S. Yu Su. (2011) The Association between Traditional Chinese Dietary and Herbal Therapies and Uterine Involution in Postpartum Women. Journal of Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2011:918291