by Daverick Leggett (Full CPD Points)
Diet has become a Buzz word for Health Care. Nutrition is being constantly re-defined. And yet as Practitioners of Chinese Medicine we sit on a vast wealth of knowledge in relation to curing our ills through dietary therapy.
Nourishing Qi Jing and Shen
‘Doctors should first understand the cause of Disease and then treat it with diet. Medicine should only be used if diet fails’. Sun Si Miao
It is a key element of oriental philosophy that to live well we must eat well. The Chinese diet is full of Medicinal Herbs and substances which are traditionally used to maintain good health. Are there ways in which we as practitioners can better use this knowledge to enhance clinical treatments for our patients and provide even better outcomes?
In this Workshop Daverick will provide Practical Nutritional Strategies using Case Studies and suggesting various recipe approaches including Soups & Stocks to help our patients with particular diseases/disharmonies including Cancer.
About Daverick Leggett
Daverick is a renowned and skilled lecturer and practitioner of Chinese Dietetics, teaching throughout the UK, Ireland, Europe and the USA for over 20 years.
He is the author of two seminal books on Chinese dietary therapy …..‘Traditional Chinese Food Energetics’ and ‘Recipes for Self Healing’. His two laminated wall charts, ‘the Energetics of Herbs and the Energetics of Food, are very useful references for your clinic. He has also produced a DVD called ‘Qi Nutrition” … an introduction to the essential principles and practice of qi nutrition.
A complementary Laminated Food Chart (for Clinic) will be provided to all attendees of the Workshop and the book ‘Recipes for Self Healing’ will be available at a special workshop Discount.
Michael is one of a kind with a deep knowledge of herbal medicine, both Chinese and Western.
He has been practicing for over 30 years, runs one of the largest clinics in the UK as well as lecturing widely. Michael is always a breath of fresh air, with his mix of knowledge, passion and enthusiasm. His seminars are not to be missed. Read more
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