Chinese food therapy

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Biologically based alternative
and complementary therapy
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NCCAM classifications
  1. Alternative Medical Systems
  2. Mind-Body Intervention
  3. Biologically Based Therapy
  4. Manipulative Methods
  5. Energy Therapy
See also

Chinese food therapy (simplified Chinese: 食疗; traditional Chinese: 食療; pinyin: shíliáo) is a claimed therapeutic mode of dieting rooted in Chinese customs and centred on concepts such as eating in moderation.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whang J (January 1981). "Chinese traditional food therapy". J Am Diet Assoc 78 (1): 55–7. PMID 7217561. 

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