“Living Naturally” – Eating With The Seasons
Published on Apr 5, 2013
Eating foods that are in season locally is a great way to find the freshest food around, but it’s also one of the best ways to keep your yin and yang balanced. Learn how “Eating with the Seasons in Chinese Medicine” can benefit your health and help prevent illness from Bastyr faculty member Benjamin Apichai, MD (China), MS, LAc, whose courses include tai chi, qigong and tui na. The talk is part of “Living Naturally: Conversations on Health and Happiness with Bastyr Experts,” a free series of talks with accomplished Bastyr faculty members. Each conversation will take place at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle. Come learn from our experts and discuss what health and happiness mean to you. Read more about Dr. Apichai and the importance of food in Chinese medicine in our article Students Stir Up Foods that Heal in Chinese Nutrition Lab: http://www.bastyr.edu/news/general-ne… Learn more about Bastyr University at http://www.Bastyr.edu Make an appointment at our Seattle clinic at http://www.BastyrCenter.org Make an appointment at our San Diego clinic at http://www.BastyrClinic.org
“Living Naturally” – Healthy Skin Through Better Nutrition
Published on Sep 20, 2011
What you eat really does affect the health of your skin. Learn the science behind it, and what you can do to promote healthy skin from this discussion by Phoebe Yin, ND, a faculty practitioner at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle. Bastyr Center, in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood, is the teaching clinic of Bastyr University, and hosts a series of free natural health discussions in its “Living Naturally” series.