One of the components of Chinese medicine is food therapy. This means that I frequently talk with my patients about their food choices. Occasionally, a patient will ask me, “Exactly what should I be eating?”, and my answer is to eat lots of veggies, a little protein, and whole grains. However, more and more frequently my answer is to eat like you’re in a Chinese restaurant.
You may not think that the deep fried sesame shrimp from your local Chinese restaurant is the healthiest, . . . → Read More: The Chinese Restaurant Diet