Summer has finally hit as we find ourselves in the throws of Christmas festivities here in Melbourne. According to Chinese Medicine, it is not only what you eat but how you eat that affects your health. Here are some tips on mindful eating this silly season.
Following up from our post about fermenting for gut health, we though we would share a couple of home remedies that use the power of fermenting for colds and flus. Make these syrups and tonics now to keep those winter germs at bay!
I’ve been doing a whole lot of fermenting over the summer break. It’s been loads of fun and I’ve ended up with something that’s excellent for gut health and super tasty. What’s not to love?
Spring – Time for Renewal According to the philosophy of Chinese medicine we are all part of the makeup of the natural universe, intricately connected to the flux of the season. Whilst winter was a time to conserve energy and rest, spring is a time of sudden growth and regeneration.