In the previous article, I listed foods that were most balancing to achieve a clean burning metabolism that burns fat and gives you energy to spare. Most of my patients are too busy to cook so they rely on quick meals like breakfast bars, sandwiches, and fast foods from the drive thru. When I introduce them to this new way of eating, most of them do not know where to begin. For some people, it is a huge overhaul of their dietary habits. Breaking old habits and creating a new way of choosing food takes time but it can be done. This article will show you how easy it is to begin eating food that is both balancing and nutritious. Read more
In Chinese Medicine, bone health is maintained through a combination of diet, exercise, and herbal medicine. This article discusses ways you can improve your bone health by following some simple health practices such as consuming more vegetables, getting more exercise, and seeing your Chinese medicine practitioner. Read more
This article discusses the discovery of a molecule that plays a role in asthma and eczema. These two conditions are highly linked with 50-70% of children with eczema moving on to develop asthma later in life. Both conditions are very responsive to NAET treatment since food allergies are usually at the root.
Chinese medicine recognizes the link between skin and lungs noting that skin conditions are due to lung weakness even if no lung weakness is noticeable. It is no coincidence that these two conditions are linked in Chinese medical theory.
This article discusses the link between seasonal allergies, irritable bowel, and eczema. In Chinese medicine, the link between the skin, bowel, and respiratory system has long been recognized as a function of the paired organ system called Lung/Large Intestine. These two organ systems are intimately related. A problem with one organ in a paired system is often associated or will lead to a problem with its partner organ. Acupuncture have been treating this association for over 2,000 years. Read more
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