ALIMENTATION MACROBIOTIQUE PDF

Macrobiotic cooking Plants vegetables, grains, pulses, legumes are at the core of a healthy diet. How to reach a balance? Enjoy a cuisine based on whole grains, pulses and seasonal vegetables. Macrobiotics helps you balance your diet by using organic, local and seasonal produce. Feel like enjoying a healthy cuisine by using organic and plant-based produce? Introduce certain elements in your daily cooking in order to strike the right dietary balance.

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Macrobiotic cooking Plants vegetables, grains, pulses, legumes are at the core of a healthy diet. How to reach a balance? Enjoy a cuisine based on whole grains, pulses and seasonal vegetables. Macrobiotics helps you balance your diet by using organic, local and seasonal produce. Feel like enjoying a healthy cuisine by using organic and plant-based produce? Introduce certain elements in your daily cooking in order to strike the right dietary balance. La fermentation du levain permet de transformer le gluten et de le rendre plus facilement assimilable.

Au quotidien, en prenant le temps de manger dans une ambiance calme et paisible, avec plaisir et gratitude. Whole grains The main course usually consists of cooked whole grains accompanied by some vegetables.

As part of slowly simmered creams, grains will be the staple of your breakfast, porridge or dessert. As for flours, they can be used in all kinds of recipes and dishes: sauces, different types of bread, pasta, balls, pancakes, waffles, croquettes, and so on.

Whole round rice is the most used as its energy is more Yang than the one found in long rice, and its sodium and potassium rate is closer to that of blood 1 in 7. Gluten free grains such as buckwheat and millet are often used. Buckwheat heats whereas millet helps reduce excess liquid in the body. Small spelt Triticum monococcum is ideal to replace wheat while reducing the concentration in gluten. Rich in protein, its flour enables us to obtain a texture that is similar to the one found in dishes where wheat flour is present.

Maize is more eaten during the warm seasons: it is important to respect the rhythm of the seasons to be in harmony with nature. Maize cools. Spelt preferable the non-hybrid type is much appreciated to make sourdough bread.

Barley and oats are easier to eat as creams or mixed with rice. Wheat and rye are rich in protein and are mainly eaten as wholemeal bread or wholemeal sourdough bread with no yeast added. Sourdough fermentation allows gluten to be transformed and makes it easier to digest.

Legumes help us ingest good nutrients and provide diversity in our daily eating. They are building blocks for the construction of our body. The legumes most commonly used in macrobiotics are azuki beans, lentils, chick—peas, as well as dishes with fermented soya at their base miso, shoyou, tamari, natto, tempeh, lacto-fermented tofu…. Our body has difficulty in digesting non-fermented soya. It is not quantity, but quality that counts! What really matters is not necessarily the amount of protein we absorb but a balanced intake of food, based on wholesome and seasonal produce.

If you draw pleasure from eating and you reach the well-being you seek, by means of good nutrients, you will get a feeling of satiety and fullness which means you do not need any extra protein intake. On the other hand, should you not eat enough protein, you will lack strength and willpower.

You will lack energy. Your body will experience cravings and you are bound to be lured by fatty or sugary foodstuffs to assuage them. Listen to your body. It is up to you to find the right amount, on a daily basis, while you take your time to eat in a calm and relaxing atmosphere, with pleasure and gratitude. Seasonal vegetables Seasonal vegetables are adapted to your climate conditions.

Vegetables allow your dishes to be enriched with nutrients while providing the vitamins, minerals and fibre you need. Root vegetables bring more Yang elements that leafy vegetables. For a better harmony, it is important to make use of different colours, flavours and energies more Yin or more Yang. Vary the different cooking and chopping, slicing or shredding techniques you use with vegetables, to get further pleasure and well-being. Zoom on seaweeds A range of seaweeds under different forms are on sale in most organic food shops, either dry, in powder, in flakes and sometimes ready to use in the fresh produce aisle.

Cook your seaweeds yourself, you will get more Yang energy! Seaweeds are quite Yin food as they grow in a very Yang environment salted sea water.

Macrobiotics recommends making them more Yang: Stir-fry them in a pan with a bit of sesame oil Add the soaking water and simmer them on a medium heat for 45 minutes until the liquid evaporates Add some shoyu to enhance flavour and allow good preservation Keep in the refrigerator for days in an airtight glass jar.

Have around one teaspoonful at every meal. Hiziki and arame seaweeds are particularly suitable for this type of preparation. Animal products Macrobiotics includes the consumption of animal products, but in small quantities, preferably seafood and fish. Red meats and cold meats are to be avoided. Animal products must be put in their right place: in a small amount, to garnish a dish or enhance flavour. Animal products provide more Yang energy and are rich in protein. Salads and raw vegetables more Yin than cooked vegetables are particularly recommended when in balance with animal products, fried or baked dishes more Yang that the daily usual dishes.

Pickles are lacto-fermented food: we get them by finely slicing raw vegetables, putting them in a pickle press or vegetables press with a little salt. We thus improve their preservation and are easier to digest. Desserts Desserts are to be consumed in small quantities, and only occasionally.

They are more Yin than other dishes. Avoid sugar, honey, agave syrup, maple syrup, fruit syrups, etc. All these products are too sugary and have too much Yin energy.

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