SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE


What’s my concept?

Good living behavior is. WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND, support Earth to stay clean, then you can simultaneously be clean.  We get detoxified based on Nature’s Cycle, meaning that you stay young and healthy. 

Being young and healthy isn’t only for yourself but for your family and the society.  Have you thought of who would help you if you became ill? What about the medicare and tax?  Healthier the individuals are, healthier the society would be. It’s up to us what type of snowballs we are rolling together, right? 

Being healthy isn’t enough for some, being fitted and beautiful is a big thing in the market.  I don’t disagree, just again, how you achieve is the key.  I’m in midlife and absolutely can tell the differences between selfish beauty and the beauty earned by caring.   Scary, but it shows!  ​If you got some interest in my concept, I would be happy to share some stories with you that continues below.


How I got involved in the sustainable living

Supporting and learning about organic farming, food additives, GMOs, biodegradable, and anything relates to sustainable/ ethical lifestyle prior to having children was from my pure interests.  In the late 1990s, I was enjoying yoga lessons in NYC learning detoxifying mind & body for the first time and got a big interest in Ayurveda. 

In the early 2000s, I started having strong interests in green architecture & products as a high profile corporate designer.  Then in the late 2000s, my interests took a big step to be practical after finding out that both two kids got food additive reactions and mild fat malabsorption.  On top of that, my first son had such a horrifying experience of side effects from white medication. I decided to extend my learning further.


How I went through the problems I faced

​Seeing little kids suffer was heartbreaking, I wanted to do everything I could do. Listing up nutrition facts on paper didn’t do anything, I needed to know the real positive and negative food benefits to human bodies.  As my studying getting deeper, Eastern Medicine Philosophies made more sense to understand how the body naturally works.  Yet more I experiment, more questions arise.  Some work and some don’t, the same method works one day but not on other days.

As a result, I ended up mix n’ match pieces of knowledge of Chinese Medicine, Japanese modified Chinese Medicine, Korean modified Chinese Medicine, Macrobiotic, and Indian Ayurveda, plus Ying Yang philosophy altogether. I am not saying I’m a master of all, but kids are surviving, and saved myself from several severe health conditions.  

Because of the intense experiences, I’m now very comfortable to approach and introduce eating habits from WHAT, WHEN, and HOW to eat, based on WHERE you live ©.  Doesn’t it sound amazing?

It is a knowledge and a habit-building that you can pass on to generations. Eastern Medicine Philosophies are all from thousands of years ago, why not to pass another thousands of years.  If many families could share the basic knowledge, eventually fewer people rely on Medicare. More serious patients can receive medical treatments prior. You know what it is, many hospitals in developed countries are flooded with modern disease patients.  Individual little efforts could turn to bigger things.