My foodie group of friends regularly hosts parties, dinners, and gatherings revolving around good food and great company. We met each other when our kids were little and played together. Now most of us are empty nesters but still enjoy getting together often. For each party we have a different culinary theme, such as Italian, French, Mexican, Greek, and Chinese food. This month, it was Moroccan food and we did it differently than before. Instead of selecting our own favorite dish to cook and share, we drew for Moroccan recipes and cooked whatever each of us drew. I drew a recipe for a spicy rabbit dish.
I have neither cooked nor eaten rabbit before, although I heard that in some regions, especially Europe, rabbit is a common meat to consume. Continue reading “Do You Consider Food Energy Effects on Your Body When You Select Food?”
Sara passed away for about two months. I still feel so uneasy about the situation.
Zhuang, Shuqi, A Chinese doctor, who practiced both Eastern and Western medicines, became famous after she helped Empress Michiko and many others in the Japanese Imperial Palace to return to good health. Mr. Baigen (白根) was one of them.
Mr. Baigen’s stomach cancer got cured with Dr. Zhuang’s help. Continue reading “How Can Fasting Harm or Even Kill You?”
There are many traditional Chinese holidays related to what foods you should eat at various times of the year. Laba(Làbā, 腊八) is one of them. Laba is the eighth day of the twelfth month in the lunar calendar, which usually falls in the middle of January in the Western solar calendar (January 24 this year). This is the coldest time of the year. The Chinese have rice soup mixed with many nuts and seeds for this holiday. There are many different recipes for this soup from different regions. Many use regular or glutinous rice, millet, red beans, dried jujubes, chestnuts, peanuts, walnuts, and lotus seeds. Cook ingredients long enough to blend thoroughly with rice or other grains. This ensures that the healing properties of the ingredients are completely released into the liquid. For food properties, check out here: http://totallifeenergyplan.com/resources/public/.
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Did you ever remotely connect with a person in their last moments of life?
Like the majority of people, I never did, until yesterday. Continue reading “In Remote Contact with a Person Who Is Passing Away”
Framingham, MA – Total Life Energy Plan, provider of a personal health and wellness program, announced today that their first eBook, The Total Life Energy Plan, written by Julia H. Sun, is now available on Amazon.com.
Total Life Energy Plan was created and developed over the past 7 years. It is a personal wellness program like no other. “When this exciting and groundbreaking plan goes public, I believe it will completely take public health to an entirely new level in human history,” said Julia H. Sun, the owner and creator of the plan, “Life energy is the key to health. It prevents and cures diseases. Longevity is consistent care of life energy.” Total Life Energy Plan is designed to manage our precious but limited life energy. The plan enables us to obtain maximum energy from our surroundings and to make the best use of our life energy in daily activities. Continue reading “Total Life Energy Plan for the first time reveals its unprecedented and highly effective health and wellness program to the public”
Are you still eating out at fast food or other restaurants every day or even every meal?
Too many articles to read now regarding poisonous chemicals or other non-food items served at these popular restaurants: Continue reading “The People Eating Out Every Day Vs. the Homeless”
The ancient Romans were among the first to carve up the year into quarters (four seasons), which has been widely adopted by Western countries*. But not every culture in the world divides a year into four seasons like that in modern Western countries. Different cultures have different ways of separating a year into seasons. A year may be divided into five seasons or more. Continue reading “Five Seasons a Year for Better Health”
Menopause is the time in women’s lives when menstrual periods stop permanently and they are no longer able to bear children. Menopause occurs 12 months after the last menstrual period and typically between 49 and 52 years of age. Menopause occurring before 45 years old usually indicates there is a health issue(s), diagnosable or un-diagnosable by Western medicine. Normal periods may reoccur after health problems are cured before the age of 48. Continue reading “10 Ways to Care for Your Menopause”