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Macrobiotic Definition

November 9, 2017

 

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Macrobiotics, noun, (used with a singular verb)

 

1. a way of life that guides one's choices in nutrition, activity, and lifestyle.


2. a system of principles and practices of harmony to benefit the body, mind,

and planet.


– macrobiotic, adj., such as macrobiotic philosophy or macrobiotic diet.

 

Origin: from Ancient Greek: Macro (large or long) and Bios (life or way of living).

 

Definition agreed upon by the International Macrobiotic Conference 2017 in Berlin, with 45 macrobiotic teachers, along with GOMF, SHI, Macrobiotic Association, IMP, IME, Chi Energy, IMS, and other schools, institutes, and organizations.

 

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Macrobiotics is a way of life that guides one's choices in nutrition, activity, and lifestyle. A system of principles and practices of harmony to benefit the body, mind, and planet.

 

Origin: from Ancient Greek: Macro (large or long) and Bios (life or way of living).

 

Definition agreed upon by the International Macrobiotic Conference 2017 in Berlin, with 45 macrobiotic teachers, along with GOMF, SHI, Macrobiotic Association, IMP, IME, Chi Energy, IMS, and other schools, institutes, and organizations.

 

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