Spring is coming! A time of birth and growth. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it's associated with the liver and the element wood. As we spring clean our homes, we should also spring clean our bodies. It's the perfect time to change from winter warming foods to those that help the body detox from those indulgent moments of festive food delights.
It is, I think, fair to say that we all eat differently, depending on the season. Soups in winter, salads in summer — but what should we be eating in spring?
I've come to realize firsthand just how significantly we're affected by what we put into our bodies at different times of the year. So to smoothly adjust to the new season, here are some tips on how and what to eat in spring.