June 30, 2020





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Summer heat leads to lack of appetite 
Exposure to summer heat may lead to fatigue and appetite loss, and we may not be in our best mental state which leads to irritability. We may feel tightness in the chest and nausea, yet not to the extent of suffering from a heatstroke. Some would call this condition as “Ku-Xia” in Mandarin, which literally means the bitterness experienced during summer. Theoretically, Chinese Medicine views that the heatwave during the hot season would hurt qi, a person’s internal vigor, allowing the heat from the damp-heat to enter the body. This is especially true in the case of individuals with asthenic spleen and stomach. Eating raw and cold food during summer will further deterioriate the functions of their spleen and stomach, worsening the “Ku-Xia” symptoms.
Through dietary management, we will be able to alleviate the “Ku-Xia” condition. First of all, keep your meals light, avoid eating deep-fried and heavily flavoured foods to reduce the burden on the intestines. Next, consume an appropriate amount of bitter foods, such as bittergourd, lettuce, Chinese lettuce, coriander and mint, as they can flush out the body heat and cleanse the blood, strengthen the spleen and promote diuresis. An appriopriate amount of sour foods such as tomatoes, oranges and strawberries, can also stimulate appetite as well as the secretion of gastric acid.
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