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“A mindfulness-based approach to healthy living. . . An alternative medical practitioner and two culinary professionals bridge the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine with awareness of the relationship of seasonal changes to health and well-being. . . Enlightening and encouraging, the book suggests that we awaken to, honor, and reap the benefits of what our bodies intrinsically know: how to be well, naturally. . .”

Paul Pitchford, author of Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition

“A well-thought-out presentation of the seasonal aspect of ancient Chinese healing wisdom combined with a plethora of new and refreshing food and lifestyle strategies. This highly useful and unique text has its theory grounded with delectable recipes and wholesome ingredients to match virtually every shade of appetite and health requirement.”

Jill Blakeway, LAc, DACM, Founder and Director of The YinOva Center, acupuncturist, author, and host of CBS Radio’s “Grow. Cook. Heal.”

“This book is a wonderful introduction to Chinese medicine and using natural healing principles to nourish the mind, body, and spirit. . . . Readers will be able to connect to nature’s rhythms, align with the seasons, and learn how to truly thrive.”

Christo Zouves, MD, physician and author

“This book’s unique approach to diet and lifestyle draws from the oldest medicine in the world, it is totally relevant today and will leave you feeling newly inspired.”

April Crowell, CHN, DiplABT, holistic nutritionist and Asian medicine therapist

“Simple recipes that are easy to include in your life while being aware and conscious of current environmental concerns. An excellent addition to any conscious cook's collection.”

Nishanga Bliss, DSc, LAc, professor, Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley and author of Real Food All Year: Eating Seasonal Whole Foods for Optimal Health and All-Day Energy

“A new fusion of ancient and modern wisdom, What's Your Season? teaches an intuitive way to balance your health with the seasons as a guide. The approachable, multicultural recipes in this beautiful volume are sure to inspire!”

Brittany Petrick, LAc, MSOM, BSN, acupuncturist and nutritional consultant

“A fascinating and comprehensive guide to living seasonally for better health. . . . I would recommend this book to my patients and anyone interested in a natural lifestyle and a holistic approach that is attuned to nature.”

Richard Antosek, DO, FACOS, physician

“In this helpful and easy-to-understand guide, readers will find a holistic outlook that combines natural healing traditions with modern research.”

Philip Yang, OMD, acupuncturist, qi gong master, president of Nine Star University acupuncture college

“Optimal health is dependent upon the balance of yin and yang. . . This book teaches you how to live in the balance and find the foods and activities that are right for your individual body and health condition.”

Jan Rydfors, MD, physician, author, and Assistant Clinical Professor at Stanford Medical Center

“This well-thought-out book is an excellent guide to using diet and lifestyle choices to improve health outcomes. Every reader will benefit from the natural health principles, practical tips, and nutritious recipes presented here.”

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