Is "comfort food" compatible with a healing diet like the paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP)? I asked some of my blogger friends who create recipes that are compliant with the protocol for their perspective and got the resounding answer... YES! They buck the conventional wisdom that the nostalgic and sentimental dishes we consider comforting might be good for our psyche but never good for our health, and generously shared their favorite AIP-compliant comfort food recipes with me to prove the…
Stomach 4: A Great Cosmetic Acupuncture Point. It's not always a point that you would think of using, but ST4 'Earth Granary' is a great point to help lift the face. The point's location can be used to trigger the zygomatic major muscle and is part of my Facial Enhancement Acupuncture protocol for this reason, but it has the additional benefit of the applications listed below, which can be particularly useful when treating Bell's Palsy.
Leg Acupuncture Points for Sciatica and Lower back pain: One to three points are chosen based on pain distributions, point palpation and findings from physical examinations such as deep tendon reflexes and muscle testing. http://www.acupuncturemoxibustion.com/acupuncture-points/sciatica-points/
Center for Disease Control's (CDC) Dr. Coleen Boyle admits: "We have not studied vaccinated versus unvaccinated ..." No efficacy studies! Absolutely unreal. If you wanted to manufacture a children's safety seat, you'd have to run it through tests to PROVE that it works before it hits the market. Vaccines are exempt from having to conduct efficacy studies. http://www.ageofautism.com/2012/12/age-of-autism-vax-unvax.html