“You come here to learn how to enjoy life. You have to discover you are sleeping under a diamond and don’t know it.“ - Nan Lu


Eating for healing is an exciting way to nurture your body. Foods are selected for their energetic abilities to enhance the body.

CELEBRATORY DINNERHonor your cravings. The body is guiding you. Every food carries an energetic essence that brings support to the body. Don't doubt your cravings. Use them as your guide. What are you in the mood for?
MUSHROOM AND CHESTNUT STEWChestnuts support the Kidney while mushrooms boost the immune system. This recipe packs a 1 - 2 punch. Eat as a stew or over rice for a complete meal.
CHINESE BARLEY AND MUSHROOM SOUPChinese barley is one of the best foods for healthy digestive system support while mushrooms have a cleansing action and help the immune system. Here are two ways to prepare this nourishing and balancing soup.
NUT BUTTER DELIGHTUse your favorite nut and blend up a spread. Experiment with different nuts and spices for variety.
HUMMUSHummus is a versatile dish that has become a favorite of vegetarians. It can be a quick meal of crackers and soup, or as a dip, sauce or spread.
HOMEMADE ORGANIC PEANUT BUTTERPeanut butter is an all-time kid favorite and is very versatile. Try making your own! Use organic peanuts, and be sure to buy roasted (or roast them yourself)! Roasted peanuts release oils when ground, making them perfect for smooth and creamy peanut butter.
POTATO LEEK SOUPThis recipe relies on starchy potatoes for creaminess, instead of heavy cream. Warming and satisfying, it's the perfect accompaniment to some sautéed vegetables or a small piece of fish.
STUFFED SWEET POTATO SKINSEnjoy the traditional flavors of Thanksgiving and support your Stomach function with this sweet and simple side dish. Instead of a marshmallow-topped sweet potato casserole, try making this healthier alternative, where the entire potato, skins and all, are edible.
CREAMY CAULIFLOWER SOUPCauliflower is good for Kidney energy. As with all other recipes, the butter and cream can be omitted for a dairy-free but still creamy and delicious version.
GARDEN MARINARA SAUCE WITH PASTAWhether the tomatoes come from your backyard garden or the produce section of your supermarket, making a homemade sauce is the best way to bring out that just-picked-taste. And it doesn’t need to take all day, either! Use a variety of tomatoes to heighten the flavor of your sauce without having to add too many additional ingredients. In addition to the Heart-healthy red wine and tomatoes, this sauce incorporates zucchini and garlic, which support your Liver!