Traditional Asian Medicine Coming Along Nicely In The Modern Age

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How exciting! Traditional Asian medicine continuing to help people thrive:

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A Curious Website

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Here is a most excellent website for anyone who loves informational tidbits. Visit their website or get the app. It has much fun information about the human body as well as other fun facts.

 

Synergistic Medicine Melding

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Have you ever heard of the MBTI? It is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test to determine which of 16 psychological types you are. If you’ve never taken it check it out here.

If you know about it, check out how it can be integrated with Chinese medicine’s definition of the five elements here.

If You Only Learn One Acupuncture Point, This Is The One…

Check out this article showcasing the most excellent acupuncture point: Stomach 36

 

 

 

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Kale Makes you Hale

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Hello! Long time no write! How is summer going? Around here with the practice move it’s been busy! If you are busy too this should be a short, info dense report about kale. A quick read to get you back out and enjoying summer for all of you in the northern hemisphere.

Kale has:

0 grams of cholersterol

547 micrograms of Vitamin K (684% of the USDV)

(If you take an anticoagulant prescription please consult with your doctor before enjoying kale)

121 milligrams of Omega-3 fatty acid

575 milligrams of polyphenols (they protect the lining of blood vessels)

Kale is made of less than 2% of carbohydrates

It has only a 4 glycemic index load rating.

 

And chopped kale, pine nuts, lemon juice and Parmesan cheese makes a great summer salad. Try it and see!

Delightful Tunes!

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Click on the icon for a great resource for yoga/acupuncture/meditation music.

Silliness Again!

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