Tips for a Healthy Spring Diet
Follow these tips for a healthy spring diet that supports your liver.
By keeping your wood element balanced and your liver healthy, you’ll feel vital, flexible and clear.
If you have questions about healthy spring acupuncture practices feel free contact us for recommendations.
Tips to Keep You Healthy, Happy and Flexible.
For me, Spring is the most mysterious and confusing of seasons. Winter is a time of comfort and being cozy. Fall is is about organization, getting ready for the holidays, and new routines that lay ahead. Summer is for fun, rest, and indulging. Spring can conjure images of bunnies hopping around, birds singing, and flowers blooming but for me, Sping is really about rebirth, growing, unpredictable weather, and coming out of my lazy winter routine.
What does that really mean - Spring can be one tough season.
In TCM, spring is represented by the element wood. Wood represents birth and newness, the time for fresh ideas and new starts. Unsurprisingly, its color is green like the fresh growth of spring.
Try these spring acupuncture recommendations, to keep your wood balanced and your liver healthy.