Eyal Shpringer is a leading practitioner in the field of oriental nutrition and integrative medicine in Israel. He is the Director of the Oncologic Integrative-Complementary Center at the Tel Aviv Medical Center and Hospital (Ichilov).
Over 20 years of practice, he has focused on Chinese medical nutrition, Ayurveda and Macrobiotics and has created an integrated diagnostic and nutritional treatment approach called TEF (Traditional Energetics of Foods).
Shpringer went through extensive training in Israel and China in the field of Stems and Branches acupuncture, Chinese and Western herbal medicine, Tuina, Qi-Gong, Ayurveda and Macrobiotics. In his MSc dissertation, he studied the diverse attributes of different types of food according to oriental medical traditions and correlates those with the food nutrient content.
Since 2000, Shpringer has been teaching in the leading Chinese-medicine training institutes such as Medicine College, Broshim College and the Hebrew University’s Chinese Medicine training programme and has presented his work in conferences. In the last 10 years, he has been teaching a postgraduates training program in the field of Chinese and oriental nutrition.
Committed to the education of practitioners and patients alike in the theory and practice of oriental nutrition, Shpringer has founded the TEF website and co-authored the bestselling book Cooking for Life: A Traditional Nutrition Cookbook for Cancer Patients (Hebrew). He is currently working on translating his work to English and is writing a textbook dedicated to his nutritional treatment method.