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.
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Video: Learn How to Eat With The Seasons
Dr. Benjamin Apichai provides an in-depth look at the benefits of eating foods that are in season.
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