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Cook this: Gluten-free, Vegan Walnut & Goji Berry Saute
When I was in acupuncture school we had a class on Chinese Medicine dietetics. I called it 'Chinese Home Cooking.' My herb professor hosted this class at his home, and his wife would cook samples of all of the meals we Read More »
Celebrating Chinese New Year February 19th, 2015 (Guest Post)
By Tara Gregory LAc Setting Your New Year’s Intentions: A Second Chance How are your New Year resolutions going? Have you even had time to set any yet? I really enjoy the idea of celebrating the New Year. A tim Read More »
Chinese Medicine tips to stay healthy this Fall (Guest Post)
By Tara Gregory, LAc Tara works at Dr. Samantha's clinic in Portland, Evergreen Natural Health Center. She is available for appointments Tues and Fri 11-7 and every other Saturday. In Chinese Medicine fall repres Read More »
Prevent motion sickness with Chinese Medicine
By Tara Gregory LAc Summer is in full swing and for many people summertime goes hand in hand with vacations and out of town adventures. Day trips are planned to discover new hiking spots or swimming holes in the Read More »
Spring Asparagus, Snap Pea & Quinoa Salad (easy!)
Spring Asparagus, Snap Pea, and Quinoa Salad Serves 4-6 Living in tune with the cycles of the seasons is a lifestyle recommendation made in Chinese Medicine to help achieve a state of balance and health.  In add Read More »
The Season of Spring in Chinese Medicine
By Tara Gregory LAc In Chinese Medicine emphasis is placed on living in tune with the seasons of the year in order to experience health, wellbeing and to prevent disease. Each season is related to one of the main or Read More »
Chinese Medicine and Winter
At the heart of Chinese Medicine is the idea that to stay healthy we should also be in harmony with nature and the natural cycles of the environment.  Winter is all about storage, rest and restoration.  Ever wonder Read More »
Does Acupuncture Hurt?
I am a sensitive person. I am a feeling, sensing, intuiting, perceptive person. Being that person, I feel sensations strongly in my body. I am not interested in painful therapeutic experiences. I am interested in therapi Read More »
By Sarah May In the fall when the weather starts to get cooler, I notice that I am suddenly drawn back into my kitchen again.  Roasting squash, simmering soups, and baking fruit pies is nourishing to both body and Read More »

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