35歲起就要小心!別讓三高上身

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如果你有以下這些習慣,高血脂、高血壓、高血糖 遲早找上你:
‧下午常常要喝一杯手搖飲料、吃點心
‧喜歡吃速食或油炸食物
‧每天固定要抽菸
‧常要喝酒應酬,肚子越來越大
‧經常熬夜到凌晨1、2點,每天睡不到6小時……

早知道,早預防》
三高自我檢測表、3大類常見問題及迷思,遠離血管裡的隱形殺手!

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 嚴選19種辛香料、24種蔬食、23種果類、13種五穀雜糧最常見的食材、最簡單的料理方法
藉由自然的食物從內而外的調理身體,照護全家健康

一般人以為中醫具有藥性的食材多是藥草類,其實不但許多中藥材本身就可以入菜,而且在我們每個人的廚房之中,有很多食材也都具備防病治病的功效。 
食物就是最好的藥,但該怎麼吃,怎麼用?
知名中醫院院長、同時是兩個小孩的媽媽,因為經常下廚自製菜餚和點心給家人食用,李思儀中醫師將這些具有藥性的食物整理出來,同時針對現代文明生活病症(例如憂鬱症、3C產品使用過度的眼睛過勞)、居家保健(例如控制血壓、小感冒),她歸納出常用且容易購買到的79種食材,包括19種辛香料、24種蔬食、23種果類、13種五穀雜糧,並詳列其「食癒」方法,教你不用看醫生,不用吃藥,只要吃對食物,就能不藥而癒。
瞭解了每種食物的屬性之後,只要在自家廚房就可以輕鬆調配出屬於自己體質的飲食,除了可消除常見的小病症,也藉由自然的食物從內而外的調理,打造健康不易生病的體質。

你知道嗎?你吃下去的食物,會反應在你的身體健康狀態中,
吃對食物就能擁有健康的身體,還能改善身體的小病痛,
所以可別小看自己廚房中的食物,絕大多數都具有療效,
比如,稻米性涼,糯米性溫,小米性亦涼,特別具有除內熱之效。如果小孩很容易流鼻血,平常多喝些小米粥,改善體內的熱象,自然而然就能減少流鼻血的次數。
又如,櫻桃性熱,多食則生內熱;如果擔心吃多了上火,那就來杯甘蔗汁吧。這就是一物解一物。甘蔗汁還能治療反胃,但必須加入些生薑汁效果才會明顯。這就是藥物配伍的功效,透過不同的搭配法,讓其功效達到一加一大於二。
了解食物的功效,一方面不會亂吃導致身體失衡,再方面可以照顧家人,如果不小心失了衡,趕緊再用其他食物來幫助導正。
很多人不認為某些食物吃多了或吃偏了,有什麼大不了,但深入了解後才發現原來每種食物都有其特殊屬性,治療之道就在於藉由食物的特殊偏性,改善導正失去平衡的身體。熱者寒之,寒者熱之,健康之道就在於如何回到平衡之中,飲食與治療的道理亦在其中。

【好評推薦】
「我當媽媽後,因為要餵母乳,都會特別注意自己每一口吃下肚的東西,不管是自己或是兒子,遇到各式身體上的問題,總能在李醫師身上得到有效的解決方法。如今她把所有秘方都整理出來,實在太適合我這種新手媽媽了!」
——王怡仁(知名藝人)

「食物不僅是用來食用,更能用以療病,中醫的奧妙不僅是在於診間治療,同時也潛藏在日常的生活中。很高興李醫師能將中醫的精髓文化透過這本書描繪得淋漓盡致,分享給大家,讓每個人的廚房都有位中醫師來守護大家的健康。」
——陳旺全(台北市中醫師公會名譽理事長)

「《廚房裡的中醫師》彷彿又帶我回到小時候那個熟悉的廚房,一種傳承的記憶,讓我重溫那一雙溫柔的巧手端出來充滿愛的養生料理。推薦這本隨處可讀的好書給您,願您隨時都有健康為伴。」
——張婷媗(暢銷書作家、馬甲線女神)

「比起人工的營養品,天然對人體沒負擔的食品,實在是健康太多了。而這本《廚房裡的中醫師》就像是我們的參考書一樣,讓我們跟著這本書美的健康,美的自然吧!」
——陳怡蓉(知名藝人)

「《廚房裡的中醫師》和以往中醫的書籍大不相同,從生活中的記憶和臨床經驗,談食材,教食譜,幫助讀者在照顧全家人口腹之欲的同時,了解到吃進肚子裡的食物,其實有著更多的深度,也充滿了「魔力」!在廚房中隨手可得,懂它,更能物盡其用。」
——黃文華(新聞主播、節目主持人)

「原來家中的廚房內、冰箱裡,那些隨手可得的自然食材與食物,竟可以從內而外的調理我們的身體,照護全家人的健康,真的好像是請到了中醫師回到家裡替我們把關健康。」
——維尼媽
 10分鐘兩道菜、30分鐘三菜一湯完美套餐、小朋友也會做的2分鐘快手甜點…


80道中式/西式/日式 跨國界料理全圖解,聰明省時料理大公開
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◎不可思議超快速料理大公開:
《快速備料&烹調要訣!》
走進矽谷美味人妻的廚房,教你從週間快速備料、活用烹調工具、廚房必備食材,料理之前的省時要訣全收錄。

《10分鐘五步驟料理!》
每道只需五步驟、10分鐘就能做出,每道菜都告訴你省時偷吃步,在家也能做出中、西、日式…多國籍口味的創意料理。

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三菜一湯只需30分鐘,矽谷美味人妻KT將烹調過程模組化,聰明串連省時技巧完成主食、湯品、甜點…,即使是廚房新手也能獨立完成整桌熱騰美味!

《一鍋做兩道菜!》
用一只平底鍋,同時做出兩道菜的超效烹調法,簡單易學好上手。

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《快速料理10大祕訣》
5分鐘備料Go Go Go,省時法寶So Easy、搖一搖不沾手料理法、一鍋多用好方便、超完美快速料理流程、Super快速解凍法…

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10秒鐘鮮奶油、5分鐘烏魚子義大利麵、2步驟焦糖鮭魚排、無國界加州風壽司比薩、反轉蝦仁燒賣、偷吃步上海菜飯、低脂瘦身優格蜜酥雞柳條…

《不可思議10分鐘2道菜》
只要一個平底鍋,10分鐘簡單作出兩道菜so easy…

《30分鐘3菜1省時晚餐》
美味人妻聰明串連烹煮流程,Step by Step 全圖解,教你30分鐘晚餐輕鬆上桌

《特別收錄:美味人妻No.1家香料理》
最受歡迎No1 部落格食譜, 用「烤」的健康佛跳牆、家傳冰糖紅燒肉、家香紅燒牛肉麵、低脂紅豆牛奶烤年糕、古早味台式油飯

【本書特色】
◎從備料開始的要訣、烹調小工具的活用法、下鍋料理的快手秘訣,清楚圖解教學。
◎細心設計的烹調流程加上200個不失敗料理訣竅,聰明串連做菜步驟,快速有效率。
◎精選80道中、日、西菜色,主食、湯品、甜點隨意配搭,讓每日餐桌都有新變化。

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