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Eczema Diet – Seven Chinese Food Secrets That Will Change Your Life

Eczema can make life a misery for children as well as adults with red, dry, thick and scaly skin that is constantly itching. For many people, eczema is triggered off by an allergic reaction to specific foods and avoiding these foods can relieve the symptoms. Chinese dietary therapy is a holistic system of treatment, part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which looks at diet in a completely different way from our western diets. Here I will give you my Seven Chinese Foods secrets that will help your eczema and change your life.

1. Avoid cow’s milk

Often eczema can be triggered off by cow’s milk which is a common food fed to children. Cow’s milk is very damp in nature and if your child’s digestive system is compromised can cause itchy skin, rashes and oozing and weeping lesions. Milk is not a common ingredient in a Chinese diet and is used sparingly. However, in the West we tend to over consume milk which is why more and more people are experiencing an allergic reaction to it. If your baby is suffering with eczema then you really should look for an alternative. Possible replacements are soy or goat’s milk which are less damp forming.

2. Avoid damp forming foods

Not only is cow’s milk damp forming, but other foods can be extremely damp forming as well. Interestingly, some of these foods are common triggers for eczema such as wheat and peanuts. Other damp forming foods include orange juice, bananas, sugar, cheese and other dairy products.

3. Stop the greasy food

Fried, greasy foods are extremely damp forming and warm in nature. Eczema is Yang (warm) in nature which means that if there is an excess of heat in the body it will cause symptoms such as redness, inflammation and thirst. Cooking methods such as roasting, grilling, baking, deep frying, stir frying and sautéing are all yang cooking methods. It’s preferable to boil, simmer, stew, braise or steam your food as these cooking methods are more yin in nature. Foods cooked in this way are cooler in nature and more nourishing to the body and skin.

4. Eat more cooling and nourishing foods

To treat eczema, you need to reduce redness, inflammation and itching of the skin by clearing heat. As well you should moisten dryness and strengthen the qi (vital energy) and blood. Cooling and moistening foods include grapefruit, lettuce, seaweed, watermelon, cucumber, celery, barley, beancurd (tofu), pears, strawberry, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini and tomatoes.

Excellent foods to strengthen qi and blood are dark, leafy green vegetables, dark red fruits and vegetables such as beetroot, kidney, aduki beans and blueberries. Meats such as liver, kidneys and chicken are all qi and blood strengtheners. A fantastic start to the day would be to have a bowl of oat porridge sprinkled with a few dates.

5. Avoid raw and ice cold foods

Too many raw and chilled foods (as opposed to cooling foods) can damage the digestive system. The digestive system requires warmth or digestive fire to function and a prolonged and excessive use of raw or ice-cold foods will eventually weaken this digestive fire. You may have noticed that the Chinese do not eat many raw or ice-cold foods for this reason.

6. Balance your flavors

We have often heard that too much of one thing is bad for you and this is true in a Chinese diet. In most Chinese recipes you will find a balance of flavors – salty, sour, bitter, sweet and pungent. For example, salty foods (seaweed, pork, fish) regulate moisture balance, drain excess moisture and stimulate digestion. Too much salt, however, will dehydrate the body and cause dryness. Sweet foods (sugar, bananas, milk), mildly stimulate the circulation of qi and blood, moistening and benefiting dryness. However, eating an excess of sweet foods will lead to the formation of damp and heat which can cause eczema. Therefore, a balanced diet including all the flavors is beneficial. You can increase or decrease a particular flavor according to your needs.

7. Chew slowly and enjoy your food

Quite often eczema is caused by emotional stress. When we are stressed we tend overeat, under-eat or not enjoy what we are eating. Do not eat when angry because this affects the movement of qi and can cause it to stagnate. Qi stagnation over time can cause a build up of heat which can manifest as skin rashes and inflammation.

The Chinese know the benefit of chewing slowly and with concentration, so forget the television or reading while you’re eating – just focus on your food. Every mouthful should be chewed thoroughly since this helps our digestive system to work more efficiently.

Dry Food Could Be Giving Your Cat Diabetes

Some cat owners have advocated not feeding dry food to cats, and now the science may back that up. A recent study conducted by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences found that several things contributed to an increased risk of diabetes in cats: indoor confinement, being a greedy eater and being overweight. Cats of normal weight whose diet was predominantly kibble were also more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.

The study, Environmental Risk Factors for Diabetes Mellitus in Cats, is the largest case-control study about diabetic cats to date. While being overweight is an obvious risk factor for diabetes, it may be surprising to many pet parents that cats at a healthy weight can easily develop diabetes when they are fed a diet of mostly kibble, even though dry food is predominantly fed to cats around the world.

Many loving pet parents don’t realize that kibble is processed food with a short shelf life. No matter what the ingredients, the carbs in kibble (even grain-free) is starch turned into sugar.

What you can feed them instead:

Cats can eat the same raw foods a dog can eat, just in smaller portions and always fresh. It’s important to remember that cats are carnivores. While some choose veganism for their dogs, even though it’s a controversial subject, cats are carnivores and should not be fed a vegan diet. According to WebMD, they need protein from meat or fish, amino acids (from meat or fish), fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and water. When feeding a raw diet, like dogs, it’s best to supplement with some fresh food as well.

Symptoms of cat diabetes:

According to WebMD, “an alarming number of cats are developing diabetes mellitus. Left untreated, it can lead to weight loss, loss of appetite, vomiting , dehydration, severe depression, problems with motor function, coma, and even death.” Thomas Graves, associate professor and section head of small animal medicine at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, told WebMD that the main symptoms are increased thirst and increased urination. Some cats with diabetes have a ravenous appetite because their bodies cannot use the fuel supplied in their diet.” 

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Yin and Yang Food – How Does it Affect You?

Did you know that Yin and Yang, the principle at the heart of Chinese philosophy, applies to Chinese food and cooking as well? In Chinese medicine, all food can be divided into four Qi s: Hot, warm, cool and cold; or yang, mild yang, mild yin and yin respectively.

In general, yang food improves blood circulation and warms us up, but too much yang food (or eaten during the wrong season eg summer) will induce constant thirst, hot flashes, night sweats and constipation. In contrast, yin food quenches thirst, cleanses our systems and cools us down, but if eaten inappropriately it will lower our metabolism and weaken our bodies. In particular, according to traditional Chinese, pregnant women are traditionally advised not to eat yin food (eg crab, watermelon) as it may increase the chance of miscarriage.

So what are some examples of yin and yang food?

Grains and Beans

  • Mild Yang (warm food): glutinous rice, black rice, barley, sago, sorghum
  • Mild Yin (cool food): wheat , barley, green beans, buckwheat, millet
  • Right in the middle: Rice, corn (maize), sweet potato, sesame, soy beans, rice beans, oat, long beans, sweet peas, kidney beans, mung beans, lentil, broadbean

Meat and Dairy Product

  • Mild Yang (warm): beef, lamb (mutton), chicken, shrimp, lobster, mussels, goat milk
  • Mild Yin (cool): duck, abalone
  • Yin: duck egg, crab, clam , octopus, squid, escargots, raw food
  • Just Right: chicken egg and egg white , pork, scallop, fish, cow milk, yogurt

Fruits and Nuts

  • Mild Yang (warm): peach, almond, dates, lychee, long yan, lemon, papaya, pine nut, walnut, chestnut, cherry, mango
  • Mild Yin (cool): apple, pear, orange, strawberry, pipa
  • Yin (cold): Persimmon, pomelo , banana, starfruit, kiwi, water melon, sweet melon
  • Just Right: plum, pineapple, grapes , olive, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, coconut milk, peanut, hazelnut

Vegetables

  • Mild Yang (warm): spring onion , garlic, leeks, coriander / parsley, onion, pumpkin
  • Yang (hot): pepper
  • Mild Yin (cool): tomato, celery, egg plant, choy shum, spinach, asparagus, artichoke, cauliflower, tofu (including soy milk), gluten, lotus root, winter melon, cucumber, mushroom, needle mushroom
  • Yin (cold): bok choy, arrowhead, water spinach, watercress, bamboo shoots, seaweed, straw mushroom, bitter melon, water chestnut
  • Just Right: carrot, potato, taro , mushroom, turnip (very mild yin), black fungus (very mild yin)

Other Food and Ingredients

  • Mild Yang (warm): spices such as young ginger, clove, dill, rosemary, sage, turmeric, thyme, horseradish, cayenne, nutmeg, wild pepper, cumin, star anise; stimulants such as alcohol, coffee, black tea and other caffeinated drinks; red sugar, ginseng
  • Yang (hot): Cinnamon
  • Mild Yin (cool): green tea , honey, beer, chrysanthemum tea, mint
  • Yin (cold): Soy sauce, soy bean paste, salt

How Does This Apply To Us?

According to the Chinese, each of us are born yin, yang or somewhere in between. For example, if you always crave for spicy food you may have a "yin" body; and if you love watermelon anytime in the year you are likely a Yang.

Your health condition can also indicate the yin -yang balance of your body. Constant cold hands and feet? A Yin; Get soar throat easily and have a quick temper? A Yang. Seasonal and geographic variations will also affect our preference on yin and yang foods.

The Advice

  • When cooking yin food (applies to most veggies), add yang ingredients such as garlic, spring onion, ginger and coriander.
  • Eat seasonal food: let the nature guide us how to eat.
  • Balanced diet: if we eat a wide variety of food, the yin and yang will balance out.

Curry fans struck down by food poisoning get compensation

Dozens of food poisoning victims have received a joint pay-out of £400,000 after falling ill with a number of gastric problems, some of whom still have issues four years on, following a curry festival.

Almost 50 visitors of the Newcastle Street Spice Festival in 2013 suffered gastric illness symptoms following the food poisoning scandal caused by raw curry leaves.

An estimated 12,000 people went to the event between February 28 and March 2 at the city’s Centre for Life with over 400 visitors reporting diarrhoea, abdominal pain and vomiting.

Over 12,000 people went to the event in Newcastle and 400 people claimed they were made ill

Public Health England (PHE) and Newcastle City Council carried out an investigation into festival organiser, Bob Arora of popular restaurant Sachins, and found that raw curry leaves used in chutney were contaminated by several different bacteria.

There were 29 confirmed cases of varying strains of salmonella and other harmful bacteria including E.coli and shigella were also found to have been present and may have caused illness. 

Some of those affected were found to have contracted more than one of these harmful bacterial infections.

PHE stated at the time that it was one of the UK’s largest outbreaks and also the first time one of the strains of salmonella identified had been detected in the country.

Now the curry-goers have hailed victory after specialist public health lawyers at Irwin Mitchell secured settlements for all of the cases in which they were instructed following the outbreak.

The combined total of damages recovered for the attendees, from the event organiser’s insurance company, reached over £400,000, with individual settlements ranging from £1,200 to £29,000 depending on the severity and impact of the individual’s illness.

Kerry Smith received a five figure sum after suffering  from stomach pains, vomiting and diarrhoea shortly after attending the festival

Kerry Smith, 36 from Wallsend, North Tyneside, was one of the attendees of the festival and visited on the opening day with her then boyfriend, now husband, Michael, 52.

Kerry began to suffer from stomach pains, vomiting and diarrhoea shortly after attending the festival and consuming the raw curry leaves. She still continues to suffer from some gastric issues – some four years on.

Kerry said: ‘I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy. It was awful and I wouldn’t want to go through that again. The first few days were horrendous and I was off work for two weeks. I had horrible stomach cramps, was being sick and of course the diarrhoea, it was the worst.’

Smith still has gastric problems today but is happy with the result of the investigation 

Data analyst Kerry added: ‘You would have thought it was caused by chicken or another meat but you don’t expect it to happen from curry leaves.

‘I got a five figure sum and I think this a victory for all of us. There were a lot of us who were affected.

‘Visiting the festival on the day was an enjoyable experience but it has now become memorable for all of the wrong reasons. I am still suffering from gastric illness due to the food I ate at the festival and this has affected my lifestyle. I hope that this settlement can now help me to move forward.’

Another claimant, Scott Russell, 37, from Westerhope, attended the festival with his wife, Abigail, age 39, and their daughter, Katie, 4, on the closing day with all three family members falling ill with similar symptoms, including diarrhoea and stomach pains, shortly after. Scott and Abigail continue to suffer with problems to this day, however Katie has recovered.

Scott said: ‘The past three years since we attended the Street Spice Festival have been really difficult, as Abigail and I are still suffering from gastric illness.

The Environmental Health Office has been able to suggest changes in legislation in the use of curry leaves in order to prevent any further instances of food poisoning 

‘Like the many other people affected by the outbreak following the event, we are glad that our cases have been settled and we can try and put this ordeal behind us.’

At the time of the outbreak Festival organiser Bob Arora of popular restaurant Sachins, on Forth Banks, Newcastle, told the Chronicle that learning of the outbreak had been ‘the worst’ time of his life.

He said the event, which involved 16 food businesses, had ticked all the boxes in terms of food hygiene, and stall holders were all extremely experienced.

 ‘We are pleased that the matter has now been settled with our insurers and that they themselves are pursuing a claim against the suppliers of the curry leaves’ Arora said. 

The Environmental Health Office has also been able to suggest changes in legislation in the use of curry leaves in order to prevent any further instances of food poisoning.

‘Prior to the outbreak, the use of curry leaves in cooking was an extremely grey area, with no indication that raw leaves would be harmful to anyone’s health. 

‘Although the curry leaves were washed thoroughly prior to use by the vendors it was unfortunate that the contamination remained,’ Arora added.

Amandeep Dhillon, Partner and Head of Public Health at Irwin Mitchell, who oversaw the group action, said: ‘These settlements will finally give those who suffered with illness after attending the Newcastle Street Spice Festival some closure and they can move on with their lives.’

The Environmental Health Office has also been able to suggest changes in legislation in the use of curry leaves in order to prevent any further instances of food poisoning. 

Natural Foods That Kill Parasites

There are many natural foods that can kill parasites without having to use harmful drugs that can cause severe side effects. These are natural foods that help to create an environment wherein the parasites become uncomfortable, and thus are forced to die or leave the body. Parasites can only survive in the body if the environment suits them. Once this is understood, the task of killing parasites no longer seems so undaunting.

Herbs and Spices

There are many herbs and spices that can be used in the foods to kill parasites. These include cloves, garlic, wormwood, black walnut, cumin, caraway seeds, rosemary, sage, ginger root, catnip, cinnamon and cayenne pepper.

Depending on the preference, these herbs and spices can be added into herbal or spice teas, salad dressings, smoothies and into raw vegetable soups. They are also great in rice and bean dishes, baked or steamed vegetables, as well as in stir-fries.

Vegetables

Vegetables are also excellent foods that kill parasites naturally. Cabbage, cucumbers, carrots, beets, onions and leafy greens are high in fiber and other important nutrients that help kill and expel parasites from the body. Hot peppers are also very effective, as they help to warm the body internally, which the parasites do not like.

To make the most out of the vegetables, they should not be overcooked, as that depletes the nutrients. They can be lightly sautéed, steamed or baked at low temperatures, or better yet, eaten raw.

Fruits

Fruits are high in sugar, and thus should be avoided to a certain degree, particularly during the first few weeks of parasite cleansing. However, there are fruits that have been shown to help fight parasites and they include papaya, pineapple and tomatoes.

Lemon juice is also effective, and can be taken with honey in a cup of water.

Seeds

Certain seeds can also help, particularly pumpkin seeds, caraway seeds and papaya seeds.

Oils

Avocados, coconut oil and Castor oil are said to be very effective in expelling worms from the body. These oils can be used in salad dressings, smoothies and many other foods. When cooking, or making a stir-fry, coconut oil is one of the best oils to use, as it can withstand high temperatures. It is also a great oil to add into hot or cold smoothies for extra flavor and a rich texture.

Fluids

Warm teas and plenty of water is also helpful in washing out the parasites from the digestive system and other parts of the body. Not enough fluids can result in constipation, which is an environment that the parasites love.

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5 Advantages of a Home Made Ice Cream Maker

Ice cream is one of the worlds’ favorite comfort foods. It just seems to make everything better, don’t you agree? You can mix it with fruits, custard, wafers, chocolates, nuts, brownies, cheeses and other stuff that people like, to give it different wonderful flavors. There are even eccentric flavors such as squid, wasabi, chicken, and bacon! Ice cream has been enjoyed by the elite from as early as second century B.C., and as its goodness became known, more and more people hungered after it which gave birth to its massive production in the 1800s.

Surprisingly, not a lot of people know that you don’t have to look for a gelateria or sherbet shop every time you want some dessert. Through developments in technology, you can now make your own frozen dessert according to your tastes. Ice cream makers are available in the market and can be purchased in almost any appliance shops or online store. Some think that these machines are expensive but the truth is they have many advantages that can outweigh their prices.

  1. One of the main advantages of having a homemade ice cream maker is the ability to create healthy desserts anytime. Unexpected guests may always visit one’s home and it can be a real treat to serve them delicious homemade desserts such as sorbets, sherbert and yogurt. You can always lug one of these over to a friend’s house to have an impromptu party, as most of them can be easily cleaned and stored after without hassle.
  2. Another good thing about these machines is that they can be used to make different ice cream flavors effortlessly. Right after you create one mix, you can go ahead and pour it into a freezer bowl and make another one. Even a cheaper model can make tons of flavors since most of these machines can create desserts in as little as 20 minutes.
  3. Aside from portability and ease of use, the homemade stuff is healthier than most frozen desserts bought in the store. You may not be so sure whether the ice cream that you are about to buy from the grocery has been defrosted and frozen back several times which can lose its flavor and health benefits. Having a homemade ice cream maker gives you the option to create your own flavor and to put ingredients which you think are beneficial to you.
  4. If you are looking for a quality machine for a fraction of the price, you may also look into buying a durable ice cream maker online. A durable one can last a long time and it can be very good investment if you are planning to use it very often. Some of the trusted brands in the market are Cuisinart, Hamilton Beach, Lello and KitchenAid. They can be easily purchased online where you can also read feedback from users so you can assess if their features are apt for your needs.
  5. Last but not the least, having a homemade ice cream maker saves you time than going out and looking for the flavor that you want. You do not need to be a professional to create new flavors. All you need to do is to look for a recipe and gather all the ingredients and you can make as much ice cream as you want.

Making healthy desserts should not be too hard if you have all the things that you need. Whether you have a pricey ice cream maker or a cheaper model, enjoying healthy desserts is always possible at the comfort of your own home.