Yin Food

Any food believed, in the construct of Chinese medicine, to have certain polar characteristics
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In fact, Lao-Tzu is quoted as saying, "To figure out the disease, look first at the diet." The feeling is that too much yin food causes too much yin energy, which translates as sluggishness and low energy; too much yang and the result is too much aggressiveness and fast, unconcentrated movements.
Yin food, by contrast, includes fruit such as oranges and pineapples, vegetables including beansprouts and lettuce as well as soup and yoghurt.
So it's important to include yin foods in your diet.
Yin foods (moist) are carbohydrates like rice and noodles that cool the body down.
In contrast, yin foods are cool and sweet and thought to be passive.
More yin foods include beverages, cooling greens, salads, pickles and fruits.
Yin foods, such as lettuce, crab, cucumber, tofu, and bean sprouts, possess cooling and soothing power.