Chinese Medicine Nutrition Consultation

According to Chinese medicine, food is essence, and all foods have bioenergetic or yin and yang qualities, in part determined by their flavor and innate warming or cooling properties. Emphasizing foods that promote balance in your system can greatly enhance your health and sense of well-being.

Part I – A licensed Chinese medicine practitioner will evaluate you for subtle imbalances in your energetic system. 50 minutes.

Part II – Using Chinese medicine diagnosis from Part I, a nutritionist identifies which foods will help to bring your body back into balance. 50 minutes.
Service Option 
$360 for Parts I and II