Posts tagged with "diet"

Deciphering Product Labels
16. February 2023
Inspect the labels of everything you buy because anything that you ingest, inhale, or apply will affect your health! Read on to learn a few things to keep in mind when you're looking at product labels.

Happy Periods With TCM
12. January 2023
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, PMS, cramping, or really any symptom that comes before, during, or after a period is a sign of imbalance in the body. Read on to learn simple ways to help with menstrual issues.

The Dryness Pathogen
15. December 2022
Dryness is the last of the Six Pathogenic Factors, and here we'll cover its symptoms and remedies.

15. November 2017
Thanksgiving usually involves binge-eating not-so-healthy foods, but that doesn't have to be the case! Make a few swaps to feel better during the upcoming holiday.

16. September 2017
There's been a lot of hype about buying organic the past few years. Is it really worth it or just a fad?

21. April 2017
This post contains affiliate links, meaning Beachside Community Acupuncture PLLC may receive a small commission for purchases made through certain links at no additional cost to you. (In other words, you support us in a small way when you buy the products that we highly recommend and would use ourselves!) Click here to view our full disclosure policy. Vegetarianism is a controversial topic, especially because those for and against it both have very passionate views. We tend to have a more...

03. January 2017
What are you doing after you drink your warm water with lemon? We personally like to let the body "digest" it for a little bit before eating breakfast. If you're the type who likes to skip breakfast, make it one of your New Year's resolutions to break that habit! Start with something little if you don't feel hungry - try a protein shake (at room temperature) or a hard-boiled egg - and then work your way up to a full meal. Feeding the body in the morning gives it the energy to get you through to...

29. December 2016
What do you do when you first wake up? More specifically, what do you eat and/or drink? Through the night we lose water as we breathe, which means we can start the day off a bit dehydrated. Having at least a glass of water as soon as you wake up replenishes that lost water and gives your cells the hydration they need to function. Room temperature or slightly warm water is your best bet. In Chinese Medicine, the main digestive organ (the Spleen) likes to be warm, so downing a cup of cold water...