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WORKSHOP: THE ART of HEALING WITH FOOD - THE ASIAN HEALING DIET


Learn the Art of the Chinese Healing Diet.


Confucius (551-479 B.C.) once said...'the path to your friend's heart and love goes from your cooking.'

A Chinese proverb tells us that 'eating good food can bring harmony and closeness to the family and relationships.'


In 625AD,  the first Chinese Diet Classic was published by Sun Shu Mao a Chinese Physician, his book is entitled 'One Thousand Ounces of Gold Classics'. he created food cures for such conditions as thyroid issues, night blindness, liver diseases and much more. Many of these food cures and healing diets are still being used today. Macrobiotics and many of the modern healing diets that you are familiar with have all drawn from this ancient wisdom to heal disease in the modern clinic. 





Please join me for a fun and informative weekend on the Art of Healing With Food - The Asian Medical Diet at the New York Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition



When: 
Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st
Location: SLC Conference  - 15 West 39th Street 3rd Flr.
Price: $150 plus a $15 dollar material fee.  

10% discount for Open Center Students




A Balance in diet is unique for each person and there is no one diet for everyone. Learn how to use whole foods “as medicine” to balance and regenerate internal organs and strengthen the immune system to help prevent disease. The Taoist way and the healing properties of whole foods, essentials of nutrition, food energetics, dietary guidelines, elimination diets, five phase cooking and specific foods for organ imbalances. 


In addition I will discuss the concepts of seasonal eating according to your Internal environment as well as the External environment. Each student will be diagnosed by the instructor.

I will be presenting Case Studies to further clarify the concepts of the Chinese Healing Diet..


Please bring in a '5 day food journal' so we can do a diet analysis of the food your are eating.
 


People enroll in this class to learn how to:


  • Learn the concepts of Yin/Yang
  • Learn the Five Tastes of Foods
  • Create personalized diets for yourself, your friends, family and clients
  • Learn to diagnosis with tongue reading
  • Eat more healthful
  • Prepare health-supportive foods
  • Add new and exciting recipes to their cooking that can heal specific conditions
  • Use your diet to help prevent disease
  • Learn the art of Chinese Medicine Food Cures


The Five Tastes According to Chinese Medicine

FoodWoodFireEarthMetalWater
5 flavourssourbittersweetacridsalty
5 colorsgreenredyellowwhiteblack
5 consistencieshardfibrousfleshycrunchysoft


Please join me for a fun and informative weekend on the Art of Healing With Food - The Asian Medical Diet.

When: Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st
Location: SLC Conference Center - 15 West 39th Street 3rd Flr.
Price: $175 plus a $15 dollar material fee.  

10% discount for Open Center Students


Instructor:
Drew DiVittorio is has been practicing Chinese Herbology and Oriental Medicine for over 20 years. He is currently the Founder and Primary Instructor of the Institute of Herbal Medicine and Nutrition. Drew is a popular lecturer and speaker at Colleges, Hospitals, Senior Communities, and Fortune 500 companies. 

He is currently lecturing nationally on nutrition, Chinese medicine, and has been featured on Good Day New York, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, and Alive & Wellness with Carol Martin.Drew is an expert in the clinical application of Chinese herbal medicine and currently maintains a private practice in New York City and in Purchase, NY.


He is currently on the teaching staff at the University Of Bridgeport Acupuncture Institute, Norwalk Community College, and the New York Open Center.In 1977, his mother, Marian DiVittorio was diagnosed with breast cancer. After much anguish she made the difficult decision to heal herself without pharmaceutical intervention. Marian began the "Gerson Program," which includes nutritional supplements, herbs, spiritual guidance, energy healing and dream work. 

To Your Health,

Professor Drew 
New York Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition 
Founder/Primary Instructor

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