Food and dietary recommendations for specific health issues, as well as herbal medicine, and integrative nutrition.
Nutrition & Health: State of the Science and Clinical Applications
The University of Arizona and Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine will host this event from May 13-15, 2013 at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. The conference provides an overview and practical summary of the latest information on nutrition and health presented by leaders in scientific research, clinicians skilled in nutritional medicine, experts on food and agricultural policy, and innovative chefs.
Combating Stressful Eating with Mindfulness
Mindful eating involves developing a healthy and enjoyable relationship with food by experiencing the pleasure of food and being fully present during meals. This article explores how this practice can be used to reduce stress and to improve digestive health and eating behaviors.
Eat Right, Drink Well, Stress Less: Stress-Reducing Foods, Herbal Supplements, and Teas
Making healthful food choices and using the right herbal supplements and teas can help
individuals cope with the taxing effects of stress and restore health and wellbeing.
How Herbal Medicines are Prepared for Hospitalized Patients in China
Follow the flow of herbal formula preparation from the pharmacy to the precision-instrument controlled brewing room at the Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou.
Using Herbal Medicine in Denmark
Peter Frandsen, M.D., Medical Director of the Odsense University Hospital in Denmark, discusses the challenges Traditional Chinese Medicine faces in the Western world.
Using Chinese Herbal Medicine for Hypoglycemic Research
Vay Liang (Bill) Go, MD, discusses the alternative approach of using hypoglycemic herbs to regulate pancreatic diseases.