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5 Element Diet and Nutrition

Diet and nutrition is so important for your health and well-being because it’s a primary way for getting the energy (chi) you need to live.

Getting The Chi You Need
You’re born with a certain amount of chi that you inherit from your parents; you get a constant supply of chi from the air you breathe; and you need a constant source of chi from the food you eat. When you eat food that doesn’t have the proper nutritive value, your health gradually diminishes; when you eat a diet that’s balanced, based on the 5 Element Theory of Oriental Medicine, your health flourishes.

Eating Your Way To Health
Nutritionally balanced meals, prepared according to recipes based on 5 Element Diet and Nutrition are nature’s pharmaceuticals. These medicinal recipes—many of which are similar to the delicious dishes you enjoy at your favorite Chinese restaurant—provide the chi and nutrients you need to improve and maintain your health, and are often prescribed as part of your treatment plan at BIOM.

Imagine a prescription to treat yourself to some delicious, healthy and balanced Asian cuisine. At BIOM, we believe that getting and being healthy includes having fun and enjoying yourself along the Way.

Important: 5 Element-based recipes also complement Western medical treatments by addressing adverse side effects caused by drugs. If you’re currently ill, or recovering from sickness, these foods will help you recuperate, rejuvenate, and regain your vitality.

About Lao Xian’s Teahouse

Welcome and thanks for coming!

A restful stop along the way,’ there’s always something going on at Lao Xian’s teahouse.  In the early morning, Chi Kung, a cup of tea, and quiet preparation for the day ahead; healing and health consultations throughout the day; and in the evening, more Chi Kung, another cup of tea, and a sip of quiet appreciation for another day.

Your hostess is Lao Xian—a Chinese name meaning ‘Ancient Immortal.’ At Lao Xian’s Teahouse, Kitty Bradshaw embodies the spirit of Lao Xian, and in practical and inspiring ways, offers helpful insights that can heal the body and nourish the spirit.

Online— or at BIOM —we’re here to serve you:

  • Acupuncture and Acupressure
  • Chinese Medical Herbs
  • Chi Kung
  • Diet & Nutrition
  • About Kitty Bradshaw
    Herbalist, Acupuncturist, Health & Wellness Coach
    Kitty is a licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac.) with an advanced clinical degree in Oriental Medicine (O.M.M.). Her deep understanding of Chinese medical herbs, combined with her intuitive abilities to diagnose and treat difficult problems, has helped many people regain and maintain their health. Kitty’s holistic approach to healing combines acupuncture, acupressure, herbal medicine, diet and nutrition, Facial Rejuvenessence, and Chi Kung.

     

    About Kitty Bradshaw

    Kitty Bradshaw: Acupuncturist and Herbalist. At BIOM, we offer Oriental Medicine - acupuncture, Chinese medicinal herbs, healthy eating consultations, and Chi Kung - in a calm, relaxed, spa-like atmosphere in Bainbridge Island, Washington.

    Acupuncturist and Herbalist

    Kitty Bradshaw practices Oriental Medicine at Bainbridge Island Oriental Medicine (BIOM) in a calm, relaxed, spa-like atmosphere on Bainbridge Island, Washington, where she offers: acupuncture, Chinese medicinal herbs, healthy eating consultations, and Chi Kung.

    Kitty has a deep understanding of Chinese medicinal herbs, and combined with her ability to diagnose and treat difficult problems, has helped many people regain and maintain their health.

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    IMPORTANT: All information on this Web site is provided for educational use only and not meant to substitute for the advice of a local Oriental Medicine practitioner, biomedical doctor, experienced coach, or martial arts instructor.