Cock of the Walk? Traditional Chinese Medicine Recommends Highly Unusual Weight Loss Food
Cocks (Roosters) have amazing health benefits that are virtually unknown in the western world.
Traditional Chinese Medicine suggests that the Chinese may have an unusual approach to weight loss, which some people may find hard to swallow.
According to the Chinese approach to medicine, naturally lean and muscular cocks, also known as roosters, embody the attributes that traditional Chinese doctors feel are lacking in many overweight people.
Compared to Western medicine, this Chinese system of healthcare sees health disorders in terms of imbalances within the body’s energy system and seeks to bring it back into balance. Examples of this are the Yin and Yang, which defines conditions by feminine and masculine attributes.
“People who are overweight are in a very yin, damp or cool state. Cocks are naturally yang and hot. It is the heat in the cock that helps dry the dampness and warm the coolness of an overweight body.” says Adrienne Hew, Certified Nutritionist and author of the cookbook, 50 Ways to Eat Cock.
“Cocks have been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine as a cure for male infertility, reducing excess estrogen in women, and treating any disorder that could benefit by increasing testosterone levels. Eating cock has several implications as an efficient way of dealing with weight issues as well.” continues Hew.
Adrienne Hew is a self-proclaimed “Nutrition Heretic”. As a radio guest, Adrienne is both funny and highly knowledgeable. Your listeners will laugh at her cock-inspired recipes and will be scribbling down her advice on how to lose weight and live a healthier life.
Adrienne Hew can be found online at http://nourishingjourneys.com, where she offers visitors free access to her 30-Day Reset Your Body Health Challenge, a self-guided health and wellness program that helps participants achieve lasting results in losing weight and healing longstanding health problems such as migraines, allergies and infertility by using heretical food recommendations.
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