The Chang Ming Health Diet was brought out of China in the 1930’s to introduce Western culture to a more natural way of nourishing the body and restoring the vital Chi energy. Chang Ming is a discipline in its own right developed to complement the physical movements of the T’ai Chi Form, Dance, Stick, Silk, Sword and Nunchaku disciplines. It is designed to help the body expel toxins and rejuvenate naturally gradually over time.  
  • After two weeks you will start to notice a spring in your step, as you have more energy.
  • After two months you will start to feel happier and more content.
  • After six months you will notice an adjustment in your weight (as long as you don’t over eat you will find that your natural body weight will start to even out). 
  • After a year you will start to find that the old cravings will start to subside, your taste buds change and you find that eating natural healthy food tastes amazing.
  • After three years toxins will be eliminated from the body, and others will wonder how you have such health and vitality.
The Chang Ming book includes everyday recipes and meal plans adapted to include the foods recommended by the late Grand Master Chan Kam Lee.  Why not try some of our healthy snack recipes, the Chang Ming Diet is no ordinary diet, unlock the magic for yourself. 
Weight Loss Tips
Keep a journal of every single thing that you eat and drink for a week that way you can identify the items that are hindering your weight loss.
  1. Replace sugar with natural local honey.
  2. Reduce your intake of alcohol, coffee and chocolate. Drinking Green tea has been shown to reduce belly fat (yay!) because it helps you lose visceral fat around your abdomen. 
  3. Only eat seasonal locally grown fruit in moderation. Fruit contains sugar.
  4. Remove deadly nightshade from your diet – potatoes, tomatoes, peppers.  Some of the negative side effects of consuming nightshade foods include; wind, bloating, heartburn, nausea and joint pain due to inflammation. There are many factors to nightshade intolerance because every individual’s digestive system is unique.