Chinese food therapy (aka nutrition therapy) is the practice of using natural foods to heal your body as well as maintain good health. It is believed that many health issues can be treated with food therapy. Some of these include issues of the heart, liver and intestines.
Chinese food therapy has been around for thousands of years and is also used on pets to heal their ailments. Recently it has become popular among NBE’ers in Asian countries like Taiwan.
The basic idea behind Chinese food therapy is that all foods have a yin or yang property or hot or cold property. Not as in hot or cold to the touch but the type of energy it carries.
Ideally you would want to have a balanced diet of both hot and cold foods for optimal health but when healing an issue, you would focus on increasing one type and trying to limit the other type.
There are varying degrees of yin and yang foods. The degrees are as follows:
- Extreme yin (cold)
- Moderate yin (cool)
- Moderate yang (warm)
- Extreme yang (hot)
When it comes to Natural Breast Enlargement, you want to increase the yin foods in your diet and limit yang foods. You don’t need to deprive yourself of yang foods – that’s no fun – just limit your consumption.
Here are some foods that Taiwanese NBE’ers consider boobie friendly foods
gelatin rich foods
protein rich foods
wild yam (Japanese Napa)
Here is a list of foods that the Taiwanese NBE’ers consider boobie unfriendly foods
Chinese Dates (jujube)
ice cold drinks and foods
Along with eating these foods, the women in Taiwan who have had success with breast enlargement recommend eating/drinking foods in room temperature. For example – instead of ice water, have room temperature water. One Taiwanese lady says that she warms the items in her mouth before swallowing. Eating cold food is believed to “shock” and put strain on the digestive system. Eating warm or room temperature foods is said to be more gentle on the tummy.
There are many women in Taiwan reporting success with just using Chinese Food Therapy + massage + pressure points. We are doing some more research on this method and will write a post in the near future. In the meantime, Chinese Food Therapy is another tool you can add to your NBE tool chest.