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One of the inside jokes we have as Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners is that TCM has two hearts and no brain. It may sound like it, but it’s really not a dig. In TCM we discuss function more than form. The two hearts are the physical heart and the emotional heart. The “no brain” is [...]
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Acupuncture can help you with your new year resolution to exercise more by relieving your pain. Supplements like magnesium, fish oils, and CoQ10 may also benefit.
Filed under: Bone Health, Calcium, digestion, EFA, essential fatty acids, fish oils, magnesium, multivitamin, Supplements | Comments (4)
The following very LONG blog is from 2 articles I wrote for a local magazine. I thought some might find it useful here: Have you ever walked into a pharmacy or a nutrition store and gazed upon the bottle upon bottle of options for supplements? Perhaps you want to buy some calcium, but find it [...]