WEEK ONE:

To boost metabolism, adjust the body’s physiological function, eliminate and clean normal discharge from the uterus after childbirth, and replenish blood and Qi.

(Main Dish: Pork Liver Prepared in Sesame Oil)

week-one Meals for Sitting the Month

Soups

  • Bass (fish) with female ginseng and astragalus (Chinese herb)
  • Bass with goji berries and red dates
  • Bass with shredded ginger
  • Pork ribs with Chinese yam
  • Silkie (black-boned chicken) with muer (edible fungus)
  • Beef with soybean and carrots
  • Silkie with red dates and longan fruit
  • Bass with soybeans and papaya
  • Pork ribs with lotus root and red dates
  • Silkie with mushrooms and goji berries
  • Silkie with green papaya
  • Beef with black soybeans
  • Silkie with red dates and corn
  • Pig feet with black soybeans

Congee (Porridge cooked with rice)

  • Sweet potato (yam)
  • Chicken with mushrooms and Chinese celery
  • Taro with brown rice
  • Red dates and Job’s Tears (a type of grain called “Chinese pearl barley”)
  • Sliced meat with taro and mushrooms
  • Red bean
  • Sweet potato (yam) with brown rice
  • Peanut
  • Goji and brown rice
  • Chinese yam and brown rice
  • Pumpkin and Chinese pearl barley
  • Pork ribs with wild mushrooms and fresh vegetables

Egg

  • Omelette with mushroom
  • Omelette with goji
  • Omelette with corn
  • Scrambled eggs with whitebait (a type of small fish)
  • Omelette with carrot
  • Omelette with green peas
  • Omelette with spinach
  • Omelette with basil
  • Omelette with shredded dried pork and rice-shaped ginger

Rice

  • “Five Grains” — rice, wheat, soybean, corn and yam
  • Nourishing brown rice
  • Drained Chinese pearl barley
  • Nutritious brown rice
  • Chinese red yeast rice to replenish Qi
  • Chestnut rice
  • Fried rice with sesame oil and ginger
  • Noodles in sesame oil
  • Noodles in bitter tea oil

Fresh Vegetables (Changes with Seasons)

  • Spinach
  • Taiwanese-style cabbage
  • Green beans
  • Cauliflower
  • Bok Choy
  • Chinese broccoli
  • Chinese celery
  • A-cai (lettuce-like, leafy vegetable)
  • Sweet potato leaves
  • Tri-colored amaranth (leafy vegetable)
  • Pumpkin
  • Red pepper
  • Button mushroom
  • Carrot
  • Black muer (edible fungus)
  • Mushroom
  • Potato
  • Edamame
  • Chinese yam
  • Corn

Dessert

  • Soup made with red beans and brown sugar
  • Soup made with peanuts and Chinese pearl barley
  • Congee made with glutinous rice and longan fruit
  • Soup made with red beans and Chinese pearl barley
  • Congee made with brown sugar and sesame
  • Congee made with red dates and peanuts
  • Egg drop soup with fermented rice
  • Purple rice congee with red beans
  • Sweet taro soup
  • Congee with Chinese pearl barley and red dates
  • Glutinous rice congee with goji berries and brown sugar
  • Sweet yam soup with ginger and brown sugar
  • Tangyuan (dumplings made of glutinous purple rice flour) in a sweet soup
  • Mitaimu (Taiwanese-style noodle made with rice and sweet potato flour) served in a sweet soup

Beverages

  • Tea with red dates and goji berries (to nourish Qi)
  • Tea with longan and red dates (to nourish the body)
  • Sweet tea with red dates
  • Genki tea
  • Tea with ginger and brown sugar
  • Burdock root tea

Shenghua Soup

This soup promotes contraction of the uterus after childbirth, nourishes the weak body, accelerates new metabolism and quickens the time it takes for the uterus to return to its original size.

(As a rule, mothers who had natural childbirth should eat shenghua soup for five to seven days; those who had cesarean section, for three to five days.)

week-one Meals for Sitting the Month

SECOND WEEK:

Cleansing of the body, repairing bones and muscles. For mothers who are breast-feeding, this diet will promote lactation.

(Kidney cooked in sesame oil helps guard against a sore waist and achy back.)

week-one Meals for Sitting the Month

Soups

  • Bass (fish) with female ginseng and astragalus (Chinese herb)
  • Bass with goji berries and red dates
  • Bass with shredded ginger
  • Pork ribs with Chinese yam
  • Silkie (black-boned chicken) with muer (edible fungus)
  • Beef tendon with soybean and carrots
  • Silkie with red dates and longan fruit
  • Pork ribs with lotus root and red dates
  • Silkie with mushrooms and goji berries
  • Silkie with green papaya
  • Silkie with red dates
  • Beef with black soybeans
  • Silkie with red dates and corn
  • Pig feet with peanuts

Congee (Porridge cooked with rice)

  • Sweet potato (yam)
  • Chicken with mushrooms and Chinese celery
  • Taro with brown rice
  • Red dates and Job’s Tears (a type of grain called “Chinese pearl barley”)
  • Sliced meat with taro and mushrooms
  • Red bean
  • Sweet potato (yam) with brown rice
  • Peanut
  • Goji and brown rice
  • Chinese yam and brown rice
  • Pumpkin and Chinese pearl barley
  • Pork ribs with wild mushrooms and fresh vegetables

Egg

  • Omelette with mushroom
  • Omelette with goji
  • Omelette with corn
  • Scrambled eggs with whitebait (a type of small fish)
  • Omelette with carrot
  • Omelette with green peas
  • Omelette with spinach
  • Omelette with basil
  • Omelette with shredded dried pork and rice-shaped ginger

Rice

  • “Five Grains” — rice, wheat, soybean, corn and yam
  • Nourishing brown rice
  • Drained Chinese pearl barley
  • Nutritious brown rice
  • Chinese red yeast rice to replenish Qi
  • Chestnut rice
  • Fried rice with sesame oil and ginger
  • Noodles in sesame oil
  • Noodles in bitter tea oil

Fresh Vegetables (Changes with Seasons)

  • Spinach
  • Taiwanese-style cabbage
  • Green beans
  • Cauliflower
  • Bok Choy
  • Chinese broccoli
  • Chinese celery
  • A-cai (lettuce-like, leafy vegetable)
  • Sweet potato leaves
  • Tri-colored amaranth (leafy vegetable)
  • Pumpkin
  • Red pepper
  • Button mushroom
  • Carrot
  • Black muer (edible fungus)
  • Mushroom
  • Potato
  • Edamame
  • Chinese yam
  • Corn

Dessert

  • Soup made with red beans and brown sugar
  • Soup made with peanuts and Chinese pearl barley
  • Congee made with glutinous rice and longan fruit
  • Soup made with red beans and Chinese pearl barley
  • Congee made with brown sugar and sesame
  • Congee made with red dates and peanuts
  • Egg drop soup with fermented rice
  • Purple rice congee with red beans
  • Sweet taro soup
  • Congee with Chinese pearl barley and red dates
  • Glutinous rice congee with goji berries and brown sugar
  • Sweet yam soup with ginger and brown sugar
  • Tangyuan (dumplings made of glutinous purple rice flour) in a sweet soup

Beverages

  • Tea with red dates and goji berries (to replenish Qi)
  • Tea with longan and red dates (to nourish the body)

Shenghua Soup

This soup promotes contraction of the uterus after childbirth, nourishes the weak body, accelerates new metabolism and quickens the time it takes for the uterus to return to its original size.

(As a rule, mothers who had natural childbirth should eat shenghua soup for five to seven days; those who had cesarean section, for three to five days.)

week-one Meals for Sitting the Month

THIRD & FOURTH WEEK:

Supplementing the body’s Qi and blood through a tonic, restoring the body’s health, maintaining a youthful appearance and guarding against aging, maintaining the body’s equilibrium and the mother’s figure for the rest of her life. Silkie cooked in sesame oil helps to accomplish this.

week-one Meals for Sitting the Month

Soups

  • Bass (fish) with female ginseng and astragalus (Chinese herb)
  • Bass with goji berries and red dates
  • Bass with shredded ginger
  • Pork ribs with Chinese yam
  • Silkie (black-boned chicken) with muer (edible fungus)
  • Beef tendon with soybean and carrots
  • Silkie with red dates and longan fruit
  • Pork ribs with lotus root and red dates
  • Silkie with mushrooms and goji berries
  • Silkie with green papaya
  • Beef with black soybeans
  • Silkie with red dates and corn
  • Pig feet with peanuts
  • Pork ribs cooked with Chinese medicinal herbs
  • Pork ribs with 10 Chinese medicinal herbs (to restore and maintain health)

Congee (Porridge cooked with rice)

  • Sweet potato (yam)
  • Chicken with mushrooms and Chinese celery
  • Taro with brown rice
  • Red dates and Job’s Tears (a type of grain called “Chinese pearl barley”)
  • Sliced meat with taro and mushrooms
  • Red bean
  • Sweet potato (yam) with brown rice
  • Peanut
  • Goji and brown rice
  • Chinese yam and brown rice
  • Pumpkin and Chinese pearl barley
  • Pork ribs with wild mushrooms and fresh vegetables

Egg

  • Omelette with mushroom
  • Omelette with goji
  • Omelette with corn
  • Scrambled eggs with whitebait (a type of small fish)
  • Omelette with carrot
  • Omelette with green peas
  • Omelette with spinach
  • Omelette with basil
  • Omelette with shredded dried pork and rice-shaped ginger

Rice

  • “Five Grains” — rice, wheat, soybean, corn and yam
  • Nourishing brown rice
  • Drained Chinese pearl barley
  • Nutritious brown rice
  • Chinese red yeast rice to replenish Qi
  • Chestnut rice
  • Fried rice with sesame oil and ginger
  • Noodles in sesame oil
  • Noodles in bitter tea oil

Fresh Vegetables (Changes with Seasons)

  • Spinach
  • Taiwanese-style cabbage
  • Green beans
  • Cauliflower
  • Bok Choy
  • Chinese broccoli
  • Chinese celery
  • A-cai (lettuce-like, leafy vegetable)
  • Sweet potato leaves
  • Tri-colored amaranth (leafy vegetable)
  • Pumpkin
  • Red pepper
  • Button mushroom
  • Carrot
  • Black muer (edible fungus)
  • Mushroom
  • Potato
  • Edamame
  • Chinese yam
  • Corn

Dessert

  • Soup made with red beans and brown sugar
  • Soup made with peanuts and Chinese pearl barley
  • Congee made with glutinous rice and longan fruit
  • Soup made with red beans and Chinese pearl barley
  • Congee made with brown sugar and sesame
  • Congee made with red dates and peanuts
  • Egg drop soup with fermented rice
  • Purple rice congee with red beans
  • Sweet taro soup
  • Congee with Chinese pearl barley and red dates
  • Glutinous rice congee with goji berries and brown sugar
  • Sweet yam soup with ginger and brown sugar
  • Tangyuan (dumplings made of glutinous purple rice flour) in a sweet soup

Beverages

  • Tea with red dates and goji berries (to replenish Qi)
  • Tea with longan and red dates (to nourish the body)
  • Sweet tea with red dates
  • Genki tea
  • Tea with ginger and brown sugar
  • Burdock root tea
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