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Macrobiotic Diet 1.0

The macrobiotic diet is part of an overall health in the Far East.


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Macrobiotic Diet is a Home & Education software developed by Fitness Attitudes. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Macrobiotic Diet:

Edit By BS Editor: The macrobiotic diet is part of an overall health and wellness philosophy
originating in the Far East. It is believed to help men and women achieve
a natural Balance in their LiVES, allowing them to live longer and more actively.
The term macrobiotics was first used by the Ancient Greek philosopher
Hippocrates, and literally means "great life." Proponents of the macrobiotic
lifestyle emphasize consuming a simple and natural diet.

In the 1920s, the Japanese philosopher, George Ohsawa created
the first macrobiotic diet. In an Attempt to cure himself of disease,
Ohsawa began consuming a strict diet, made up of brown rice, sea
vegetables, and water. Ohsawa soon believed that this diet helped to cure
him of his disease, and began creating ten different versions of his macrobiotic
diet, which focused on consumption of whole Grains, low-fat foods,
and certain fruits and vegetables.

The Concept of Yin and Yang: George Ohsawa抯 macrobiotic diet is based on
the Japanese concept of yin and yang. This concept dictates that all parts
of life are governed by two oppositional forces, known as yin and yang.
In order to maintain a natural balance in life, these two forces must be kept
in balance, particularly through diet.

The macrobiotic diet focuses on eliminating foods that have large amounts
of either yin or yang in them, in favor of foods with more balanced levels
of these two forces. All foods are classified according to their taste and texture:
yin foods tend to be more sweet, while yang foods tend to be salty.
Followers are then asked to eat only those foods that have the greatest
balance of yin and yang.

What Foods Can You Eat on the Macrobiotic Diet? The macrobiotic diet is
easy to follow once you know exactly what you are allowed to eat.
The diet divides daily intake into different food groups.
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