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Food That Heals

Balanced health comes from the cyclical process of cultivating, using, and replenishing the energy (Chi) you need, and want, to live a full, happy life. When you’re ‘balanced’ your digestion works well, you sleep and breathe more deeply, rarely get sick, and most of the time enjoy the subtle feeling of ease that is ‘health.’

Ask Kitty how a group of ancient Chinese ‘dieticians’ figured out how to use food as medicine.

It’s also important to understand that “balanced” energy is like a tide that ebbs and flows. Because ‘balance’ implies’ change, health is not a static state, so you need to know how to adjust your ‘rudder’ as needed. How to do this, and enjoyably float on the tide of your life, are what health and well-being experiences at BIOM focus on.

A Misunderstood Fact of Life
Food, a misunderstood fact of life in hyper-paced, 21st century lifestyles, is a nexus between health and disease. More and more people are awakening to this fact, and as they do are surprised and relieved to find out that a group of ancient Chinese ‘dieticians’ figured out how to use food as medicine to heal disease and promote vitality. This knowledge is available to you as part of the BIOM health experience.

Ancient Method for Modern People
At BIOM you can learn this ancient method of combining ordinary foods in ways that naturally strengthen the vital organ systems in your body. This is a wonderful way to learn which food combinations cultivate good health in general, while simultaneously addressing your particular health issues.

Getting Started
To learn how Five Element Diet & Nutrition at BIOM can improve your health, and the health of your family, contact Kitty for more information, or to set up an appointment: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or (206) 842-6936.

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