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The Spleen in Chinese Medicine Vs Western Medicine

The Spleen in Chinese Medicine HOUSES THE THOUGHTS:

Don’t Put Ice In Your Drinks.
Avoid Cold Foods.The Spleen hates cold, so one easy way to help your Spleen is to avoid ice in your drinks. The Spleen is responsible for breaking down your food through the process of digestion, and this is powered by heat. Eating and drinking cold foods such as icy drinks, eating ice cream (a TCM nono!), or eating a lot of frozen or very cold foods (many foods in raw form are considered “cold”) taxes the Spleens energy, as it has to heat up again to be able to do the work necessary for digestion. Be Mindful.This is not just good advice for helping your Spleen, but a good life philosophy. One of the best things you can do for your Spleen is to do one thing at a time and be absolutely mindful when you do it. This means when you are eating, JUST EAT. Don’t sit in front of the TV, read, study or catch up on work. In such a fast paced world where everyone is short on time, it is understandable that people are …

Best Spleen foods - Start with Ginger

NOURISH YOUR spleen foods - Google Search: "Carrots, rice, barley, squash, pumpkin, parsnips, apples, ginger, garlic and cardamom are further nurturing foods for the spleen. Having fruit first thing in the morning is a great way to nourish the spleen and get your digestive fire started to make sure your body is running efficiently the rest of the day. "

Millet is following.

IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE SPLEEN, PREVENT SPLEEN QI DEFICIENCY AND OPTIMIZE DIGESTION, THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES CAN BE FOLLOWED:Eat warm, cooked meals: Food that is warm and cooked decreases the work of the digestion system, which must warm up food and break it down. Precooked and warmed foods, such as soups, stews and curries, are more easily absorbed and create less work for the Spleen. Avoid raw, cold foods, which are more difficult to digest.Promote digestive fire: Having some raw ginger before or during meals or adding warming spices such as black pepper, ginger, cardamom and cinnamon to food helps incr…

Millet - MEIUL - Bun Pentru SPLINA- Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Millet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

MilletFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other uses, see Millet (disambiguation). Pearl millet in the field Finger millet in the field Ripe head of proso millet Millets are a group of highly variable small-seed