The concept of “yin” and “yang” comes from Chinese philosophy, where everything in the universe is connected. In the body, the yin is considered to be cool and moist types of foods such as vegetables and soups. The yang is warm and dry types of foods

Yang Foods

Yang Foods

Warm food can make your body more comfortable in the winter. Here are some examples of yang food

Examples of yang (warming) food:

Yang is a versatile food, containing apricot, cherry, chestnut, coconut meat, guava, raspberry and more. 

Fruits

Yang food contains vegetables chives, leek, mustard greens, onion, pumpkin and squash

Vegetables

It contain Caraway seed, chestnut, glutinous rice, pine nut, walnut, pishtascho

Grains, legumes & seeds

Butter, chicken, deer, eel, ham, lamb, mussels, prawns, sea cucumber, lobster

Meat, seafood & dairy

In many cultures, the concept of Yin and Yang serves as a metaphor for everything. It offers a gentle approach to understanding our universe, emphasising that every entity has an opposite and that everything shines as one whole.