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Qi-Flavor Theory' Meaning, Nutrient Content and Anti-Oxidative Activity of Oriental Medicinal Materials with Clear Heat Effect
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Qi-Flavor Theory' Meaning, Nutrient Content and Anti-Oxidative Activity of Oriental Medicinal Materials with Clear Heat Effect
Park, Sung-Hye;
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Traditionally, food and medicines are considered as having common roots. That is, their energies share the same source (藥食同源), which has created a unique food culture, and nurtured a unique academic area of dietary medicine (藥膳食料學). This study aimed to develop a desirable dietary life-style based on the oriental dietary medicine theorem originated from the schema of four qi as well as five flavors of foods (四氣五味), originated from the yin-yang and five phase theory based on a clear understanding of a modern point of view, and experimental analysis of nutrients and dietary effects of clear heat effect materials. This study can promote more healthy life-styles and prevent adult diseases by following oriental dietary medicine theory. We should develop a Yack-sun theory and dietary culture that is suitable for physical and genetic health.
Four qi and five flavors (四氣五味);clear heat;Yack-sun;oriental medicinal diet therapy;
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