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ADHD and Nutritional Treatments

A growing body of research into the causes of Attention Deficit Disorder points to nutritional deficiencies, especially with essential fatty acids and amino acids, as a contributing factor to learning problems. A George Washington University School of Medicine study found that hyperactive children who ate a meal high in protein did equally well, and sometimes

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Kinesiologic Medicine

Kinesiologic Medicine is a modern synthesis between Western and Eastern medicine. Particularly chiropractic, acupuncture, (TCM), clinical nutrition, manual muscle testing and applied kinesiology, AK.  Kinesiologic Medicine is a collection of diagnostic tools and treatment techniques, that has its origin in manual muscle testing, developed by Robert W. Lovett and Wilhelmina Wright in the 1920’s and Henry

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Oriental Medicine

Oriental medicine (OM), which is defined by World Health Organization as East Asian medicine, is a theory-based medicine that originated from ancient China and it was speedily absorbed, modified and practiced within several China’s traditional cultural influenced countries (Korea, Japan and Vietnam). Unlike Western medicine (WM) constituted from various outcomes of experimental research designs coming

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Acupuncture and Allergies

According to Chinese medical theory, the symptoms and signs that indicate a Western diagnosis of allergies relate to an imbalance in the meridian and Organ Systems of the body. These imbalances may stem from a variety of causes, including stress, poor diet,constitutional weakness, pollutants, and environmental toxins. Over time, if imbalances remain within the body,

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