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Healthy Eating: The Five Element Way—Phone Seminar: Session 4

WHEN: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd: 1-1:30 PM (PACIFIC TIME)

WHERE: Call in on your telephone

HOW: Conference Dial-in: 1-218-862-1300 / Conference Code: 527149

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Healthy Eating: The Five Element Way is a strategy for maximizing the energy value of the food you eat—nutritionally and economically.

Session 4 of Healthy Eating: The Five Element Way brings together everything you’ve learned in sessions one, two and three to anchor your understanding about how to use the FIVE TASTES & ENERGIES of FOOD and SEASONAL EATING to improve and maintain your health. 

Some appetizers ...

  • Five Element Eating is probably a new way of eating for you, and yet, for the people of East Asia it’s the way they’ve been eating for thousands of years.
  • You’ll probably be surprised to hear that you’ve been enjoying the Five Element Way of eating too, without realizing it, and that has been when you’ve eaten at Chinese, Japanese, Thai and other East Asian restaurants where the recipes are based on the Five Element Way.
  • Did you know you can develop an ability to ‘taste’ your food with your whole body, and not just your taste buds? Listen in to learn how.

Japanese Cherry Blossom

Like the cherry blossom—full of energy and beauty in its season—so too the food that comes from our localities and gardens in their seasons. Or in the words of Ecclesiastes: “To everything there is a season ...


Seminar Call-In Instructions


Related Links

  • Phone Seminar: Session 1
  • Healthy Eating: The Five Element Way—An Online Course
  • It’s Learnable!
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