Food Therapy comes as a practice to regain harmony with one’s body and is considered the healing medium of the third millennium to the point where, if followed correctly, it can also lead to the prevention of serious pathologies. Food therapy is based on the assumption that the foods we eat can help us stay healthy or hinder our efforts to overcome certain diseases. It is not enough to eat nutritious foods but it is necessary to choose them according to your physical constitution, the standard of living and the needs or shortcomings of your body. Moreover, in order to obtain psycho-physical wellbeing, it is necessary to respect doses and times of food consumption.
Flavors of the wellness diet
The tradition is based on the theory of nature and flavor according to which each substance is categorized according to the impact with a living organism. From this consideration, derives the possibility of exploiting the qualities of food according to the deficiencies or needs of our body, to nourish, treat and treat imbalances. To enhance, moderate and correct the influence that a food has on our psycho-physical balance contributes the taste that is not only a subjective feeling but indicates the action that it carries out in the impact with the orgnism.
There are five flavors that are already spoken in classical medical texts dating back to the fourth century , each connected to an organ of our body: bitter (to the heart), sweet (to the spleen), acid (to the liver), salty ( kidney) and spicy (to the lungs). Bitter foods have the effect of bringing down energy (such as rhubarb); eliminate toxins (dandelion), dry the moisture (such as pork liver) and stop bleeding. Sweet foods like honey, cereals and dairy products are nutritious, stimulate heating, are invigorating, help in cases of IQ deficiencies and neutralize toxicity Read more