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Preventing Sexual Dysfunction

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Preventing Sexual Dysfunction

The Chinese have one of the earliest writings on sex which is referred to as the "Chamber Skills". Its source can be traced back over 2,000 years ago. In 1974, excavations of the Mawangdui tomb discovered not only medical writings dating back to 168 BC, but also the earliest preserved sex monographs. The main purpose of the monographs was to pursue longevity and health through sex. They contained a large amount of details on therapies and prescriptions for sexual dysfunction. Sex was an important life nourishing measure in Taoist practice too. In Taoism, a healthy and balanced sexual relationship mirrors...

Taking Chinese Diet to Boost Your Fertility

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Taking Chinese Diet to Boost Your Fertility

Chinese believe proper food intake not only supports the daily nutrient needs, but also cures or relieves health problems via their moderate therapeutic actions. Many food ingredients serve as herbs, for example, job tears, tangerine peel and ginger. They are used to make delicious dishes while at the same time exert medicinal properties. From this, eating the right foods and avoiding the wrong ones can make pregnancy possible.The way of selecting the right foods is based on syndrome differentiation, so that they fit into the individual's constitution, correspond to the pathological conditions and assist the existing remedy. TCM refers to...

What is good for the kidneys

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What is good for the kidneys

arious diseases of the kidneys and other parts of the urinary system are annually recorded in 1.8% of the population. Severe violations significantly worsen the general condition, lead to social maladaptation, disability and even death. The health of a person's kidneys depends in part on the diet. The addition of healthy foods and the exclusion of harmful foods increases the resistance of the kidneys to various damaging factors and strengthens the immune system, as a result, infectious deviations of bacterial or fungal etiology are much less common. The link between diet and kidney health The kidneys are a filter that...

Steps towards health. Water-salt exchange

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Steps towards health. Water-salt exchange

The kidneys, adrenal hormones and the central nervous system play a leading role in maintaining and regulating the water-salt balance. The kidneys regulate the excretion or retention of water and electrolytes. This process depends on the concentration of salts in the body, which is maintained at the required level. Basically, this regulation is associated with sodium ions. kidneys The kidneys are part of the urinary system, which also includes the ureters, bladder, and urethra.The urine filtered by the kidneys descends through the ureters into the bladder, where it can stay for some time, and then, as a certain volume is...

What is vegetable fiber useful for, and where can I find it?

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What is vegetable fiber useful for, and where can I find it?

You probably already know that foods containing fiber (dietary fiber) are good for health. According to WHO recommendations, the daily intake of fiber for adults is 25-30 g - about the amount of fiber found in 400 g of vegetables and fruits. But according to statistics, the majority of the population gets only half of the WHO recommended amount of fiber per day. The reason for this is the Western style of eating with a predominance of refined foods. From our article, you can learn more about the beneficial properties of fiber and simple ways to use it every day....

HERAPEUTIC NUTRITION FOR KIDNEY DISEASE

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HERAPEUTIC NUTRITION FOR KIDNEY DISEASE

Diseases lead to a deterioration in the functionality of the kidneys and urinary tract, which is symptomatically manifested by a decrease in appetite, thirst, swelling of the legs, and hypertension. In the body, metabolic products accumulate, metabolism is disturbed. It is possible to normalize it with the help of a diet, so it is an important part of the main therapy. BASIC PRINCIPLES A strict diet or table number 7 is prescribed for patients with chronic renal failure, nephrotic syndrome or glomerulonephritis. For other pathologies, excessive nutritional restriction is not required. It is enough just to reduce the use of...

The right diet is a building material for the functioning of the immune system

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The right diet is a building material for the functioning of the immune system

Now (and always!) all the forces of the body should be directed towards staying healthy and strong. If we imagine our body as a besieged fortress, we will see that all inhabitants, like the cells and organs of the body, must perform different functions: protecting and repairing walls, treating the wounded and sick, raising offspring, distributing food. Thus, the immune system is the body's army, which protects against the penetration of viruses and bacteria. She fights furiously with those who still managed to penetrate the "wall", despite all the protective barriers built, and also cleanses the body of damaged tissues and emerging cancer...

How to reduce your salt intake?

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How to reduce your salt intake?

Recently, doctors and nutritionists have increasingly raised the topic of reducing salt intake. What is the harm to the body of overly fond of salty food, and why is it so important to maintain a balanced daily salt intake? Whether we monitor our diets, or rely entirely on the "call of the body," modern humans consume too much salt. Table salt or table salt is sodium chloride (NaCl), which can be found in many foods. You should know that excessive salt intake can cause stomach and kidney problems and increase the risk of heart disease. Let's try to give a few examples of...

Boosting black rice porridge for your kidney

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Boosting black rice porridge for your kidney

In traditional Chinese medicine, black-coloured foods are traditionally believed to strengthen the kidneys. Kickstart your day with this black rice porridge, which is sweet, nourishing and delightfully aromatic. Ingredients: ¾ cup black rice 400ml milk (your choice of coconut, dairy, soy, almond or oat milk) 300ml water  ½ tsp cardamom powder ½ tsp vanilla essence 100g sweet white miso paste 1 tbsp honey To serve: Coconut yoghurt Mango Prunes Black sesame seeds Instructions Place rice, milk, water, cardamom powder and vanilla essence into a medium saucepan, stir, and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 30-40 minutes, stirring...

Kidney-nourishing black bean and quinoa stew

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Kidney-nourishing black bean and quinoa stew

This hearty vegetarian stew is both delicious and healthy. Plus, it's packed with foods and spices traditionally used to nourish the all-important kidney energy in traditional Chinese medicine. Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 1 brown onion, diced 3 cloves garlic, crushed 1 tbsp cacao powder 2 tsp cumin powder ½ tsp cayenne pepper 1 tsp coriander powder ½ tsp cinnamon powder 1 large sweet potato, cubed 1/2 cup quinoa, rinsed 400g can black beans, strained and rinsed 2 x 400g cans diced tomatoes 2 tbsp tomato paste 2 cups vegetable broth/stock 1 tsp tamari Salt + pepper to taste Coriander...

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