The Qi Food Therapy e-book collection has been written with one goal: to improve, enhance and restore balance to your Qi. Whilst there are many types of Qi we refer to the term as a general one for more energy, vitality, groundedness and overall health. Certain types of Qi are further explained & explored in the various e-books.
Start with the basics- the Healthy Breakfasts e-book and the Beans Plant Protein e-book, or jump into the TCM Food Therapy series based on each season/element of the 5 Elements and common health issues associated with that element. The Chinese Medicine e-books were co-authored with TCM Doctor and Acupuncturist, Dr Evan Pinto, based in Shanghai.
Wherever you are at or what your needs are we hope you enjoy the theory & recipes each e-book has to offer. All recipes are plant-based, with no dairy, and suitable for vegetarians & vegans. If you are a meat-eater then use the recipes as a base and easily add them into your dietary habits.
At Qi Food Therapy we welcome all dietary preferences, and discourage labels, everyone is free to eat what they like. Once you begin to understand the effects of different foods on the body, and how to balance through food & food energetics you can become your own alchemist in the kitchen.
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- Healthy breakfasts ebook
- Beans Plant-Power protein ebook
- Reinvent your Dairy (vegan dairy) e-book
Chinese Medicine Food Therapy ebooks:
- Fundamentals of TCM
- Managing Dampness
- Smoothing Liver Qi
- Five Seasons TCM Congee
- Nourishing the Kidneys *
- Cooling the Heart Fire *
- Improving Immunity- Moisturizing Lung Dryness*
*launching end of 2021
- The 5 Elements & Cycles e-course (launching May 2021)
- Boosting Plant-Based nutrition with Functional Foods e-course *
- Qi Food Therapy for Detoxification e-course *
- Spiritual Nutrition e-course*
(*courses in green colour launch later in 2021)
Beans Plant Protein e-book
No-one eats enough beans & legumes, and it doesn't matter if you are a meat-eater or vegan or anything in between. We go back to basics to whole foods as fresh beans, dried beans, fermented beans, and bean products offer us so much nutrient density and Qi- they are literally some of the best energizing and protein-rich foods on the planet.
Healthy Breakfasts e-book
Welcome to the beginning of healthier morning starts! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as you have probably heard before. And in Chinese Medicine this is even more-so, as according to the spleen/stomach time in the morning we need to add fuel, energy and Qi to our organs for optimal health.
Managing Dampness e-book
Dampness is a condition that is well known in Chinese Medicine but not a concept we have in Western medicine and health. In this Managing Dampness e-book we uncover and explain the fundamentals of Dampness, what it is, what it means, how it occurs or builds up, and also the common symptoms and diagnosis.
Reinvent Your Dairy at home (vegan) e-book
It doesn't matter your dietary preference, meat-eater, pescatarian, flexitarian, vegetarian, lacto-ovo vegetarian, or vegan, if are you interested in enjoying healthier plant-based versions of milk, cheese, yoghurt, butter, chocolate, condensed milk, whipped cream and desserts then we have something for you here. This “Reinvent Your Dairy at Home” e-book offers you more than 80 nutritious alternatives to dairy products.
Soothing Liver Qi stagnation e-book
Do you have Liver Qi stagnation, constipation, a sluggish liver, monthly menstruation symptoms, high cholesterol, or emotionally have a lot of anger or frustration you are dealing with? We know these symptoms cover a lot of people, its why we wrote the e-book! Liver Qi stagnation is a common phenomena in the modern world and if your Chinese medicine doctor or Acupuncturist has indicated this applies to your health, you've come to the right e-book.
The Fundamentals of TCM e-book
Some of the basics of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are presented in this beautiful 14 page e-book as an introduction before you dive into our 5-part, 5-element Food Therapy series. We cover the concepts of Holism, Yin Yang Theory, and the 5 Elements, which are the three fundamentals of TCM.