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Amy is a holistic health care practitioner with a passion for helping others heal their digestion and their hormones naturally.

Chinese Medicine Diet and Nutrition Therapy

“For Who?” “When?”

 

These questions are the key according to Chinese Medicine Nutrition Therapy.  No one diet fits an entire population. The one way of eating is individual to a person, living in a specific climate, at a certain age, during a given season.

 

In popular media, gurus will tout one diet over another – eat more of

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The Five Senses Diet Checklist

Perhaps you’ve heard it before – but your diet consists of everything you consume through all of your senses, especially what you allow into your brain and not just what you put in your mouth!

Here’s a recap and a reset —  look for that one small change that will help you break out of an old habit that no

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Manage Stress & Anxiety in 3 Minutes – a Simple Technique

Remember this Easy Technique when you’re in the moment, right after an upsetting situation, or before you head into a difficult situation, or as a daily “vitamin” for stress reduction!  This is the at home DIY version of Neuro Emotional Technique that is called FIrst Aid Stress Tool, or FAST for short.

 

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Reasons Why #4: Balance Hormones!

reasons why people get acupuncture #4 – balance hormones!

 

 

It’s a bit reductionist to think of life as a bucket of chemicals, and at the same time, the factual complexity is mind blowing!

While it’s important and super cool to understand endocrine glands and the hormones they secrete, one of the simplest and most effective ways to treat

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Reasons Why #3 – Get Regular! Beat IBS

Poop like a champ! Eliminating waste on a daily basis is not a ‘nice-to-have’.  It’s a top-down job!

 

What is IBS?

While it’s beyond the scope of this short blog, Irritable Bowel Syndrome in a nutshell manifests as diarrhea, or constipation, or both alternating, often with pain and unpredictability/dysregulation of elimination.

 

How Often is Normal?

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