Warming (Qi Tonic) Proteins Updated on: March 23rd, 2019

traditional chinese medicine (TCM) teaches that a person's (or animal's) natural energy requires balance that can be achieved through a variety of factors such as food. each animal protein or plant-based ingredient has an energy that can interact with your pet's natural energy. warming (Qi tonic) foods warm the body and allow the body to develop and maintain warmth.

why we feed

Qi deficiency is seen as general weakness, fatigue, exercise intolerance, poor appetite, chronic diarrhea, weight loss, shortness of breath, urinary incontinence.

how to feed

some warming meats are: Chicken, Pheasant, Turkey, Fish, Anchovy, Lobster, Mussels, and Shrimp

Additional info

there are a few warming veggies as well such as black Beans, squash, and sweet Potatoes