HONG KONG, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — On 14 August, Infinitus (China), member of LKK Health Products Group, jointly organized the Infinitus TCM Forum on Immunity with HKTDC and MCMIA at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center. As an important part of the 13th ICMCM, the forum conducted the first-ever multidimensional discussion on the life-nurturing concept of TCM immunity.
Either SARS in 2003 or the recent Ebola has been reminding people of the great importance of immunity. According to WHO, 75% of the world’s population is in sub-health. Moreover, modern medicine has found that many serious diseases occur and develop in close relation to immune system. Different from Western medicine’s single-channel and single-target concepts, nurturing life in Chinese medicine emphasizes comprehensive balance. And as the fundamental element in regulating immunity by TCM, Chinese herbal polysaccharides can be used to produce health products, and thus resist and cure diseases.
The forum invited global experts to share and communicate about the research findings of TCM immunity. Prof. Qin Zhihai from Chinese Academy of Sciences introduced the relation between immunity and critical illnesses. Prof. James P. Tam from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, elaborated on the peptide immunologics. Prof. Wang Qi from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine talked about how to regulate immunity differently as per "9 Physiques of Human Body". And Prof. Dang Yi from Hong Kong Baptist University discussed how to enhance immunity through forming healthy lifestyles, mostly diet, regarding the Chinese medicine "Medicine and Food Homology" theory.
Participating experts agreed that scientific life-nurturing philosophy helped regulate health and resist and cure diseases through enhancing immunity, and the theories and methods of TCM immunity have practical guidance on this aspect. Meanwhile, experts recommended that people improve immunity through different aspects, such as exercising more and keeping rational diet, living and emotions, to resist virus .
Mr. Harry Yeung, Senior Vice President of LKKHPG and Spokesperson of Infinitus, said:" As a pioneer in Chinese herbal compound polysaccharides, Infinitus will continue to propel the development of TCM immunity. With more investment in R&D and stringent quality control, we are dedicated to bringing the public with products and technologies for immunity enhancement. Meanwhile, we will work hard on promoting the ‘Missing Link of Four Regulations’ regarding diet, living, exercise and emotion to more areas, for the popularization of health philosophy and lifestyles and the materialization of healthy lives."