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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Foods To Nourish Blood

Beneficial Foods:

beets, black beans, black sesame seeds, black strap molasses, bone marrow, carrots, coconut, eel, eggs, fermented bean products (miso, tempeh), goji berries, high quality organic or free range meat, leafy green vegetables, legumes, lychee, marmite, mussels, oysters, parsley, rice, seaweed, shark, spinach, spirulina, stocks, stout beer, vegemite, wheatgrass.

Liver Blood Building Food
apples, beets, broccoli, carrot juice, cherries, crab, duck, eggs, fennel, grapes, green vegetables, liver, lotus,  lychee, oyster, parsley, plums poultry, red cabbage, red tea, red wine, short grain rice, sesame seeds, spinach, sprouts, sunflower seeds, tomato, watercress, wheat, white fist

Heart Blood Building Food

beef, black sesame seeds, cherries, chicken, goat and sheep milk, grapes, oats, oysters, pheasant, poppy seeds, red berries, short grain rice, wheat

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