Autumn signifies the end of Summer. Weather changes from humid and hot slowly to cold and dry. TCM principles believe that it is important to nourish one's lungs during Autumn season. Following traditions, we should eat shoot in Spring, squashes in Summer, fruits and leaves in Autumn and finally roots in Winter. The best seasonal food to eat during Autumn are lung nourishing fruits such as pears, peaches, apples, etc., neutral meat and white colored food. Chinese almonds, honey, lotus seeds are great for nourishing the lungs and suppressing coughs. Food with sour flavor is also good for the Autumn. When we nourish our body in Autumn, it is important to not over heat our lungs and body. Our maintenance of wellbeing should focus on nourishing the “yin” energy and dryness created from the weather; moisturizing the lungs and producing body fluid.
秋天的到來意味著夏天的結束。天氣從濕熱緩慢變為寒冷乾燥。中醫相信立秋養生先養肺。從前民間有說: 春吃芽、夏吃瓜、秋吃果 、冬吃根。二十四節氣立秋起宜「少吃瓜，多吃果」，多吃潤燥的果，如梨、桃、蘋果、蓮霧等、肉、白色食物。南北杏仁、蜂蜜、蓮子是補肺止咳的佳品。飲食宜微酸或甜中帶酸。秋天進補，重在平補，以滋陰清燥、潤肺生津、滋陰潤燥為主。
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