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Hot/cold Foods?

Discussion in 'Diet' started by RisingSun, Dec 29, 2018.

  1. RisingSun

    RisingSun Member

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    Does anyone know whether Peat gives any credit to the Chinese way of seeing foods as either hot or cold for your body?

    I’m a rather cold/damp person in the Chinese register of things, so whenever I eat ginger/garlic/spices I feel a lot better, my metabolism and body temperature are higher.

    Does this bear any credibility in a Peat diet?
    Can it be explained through a rational peaty way which is less « mystical » than the Chinese way?
     
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