Tag Archives: heart attack

Fibromyalgia, Pulses, Gut-Brain Connection and more. Balancing Point 5.4.2013

Stroke. Fibromyalgia. The six depressions. Vascular age. Taking pulses. Pulse wave velocity test. Cardiovascular episodes. Maintaining free flow of qi, blood, and bodily fluids for health. Leaky gut and mental/emotional issues. Autism. MSG. Gut-brain connection. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point health radio talk show about […]
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Hysterectomies, Abdominal Pain, Hives and more. Balancing Point 6.7.12

Intestinal dysbiosis and linked illnesses. Hysterectomies. Drusin. Macular degeneration. Green tea extract and astaxanthin for eye health. SOD. Latent heat. Chronic illness. Methylation pathways. Macro vs. micro systems. “Unexplained” abdominal pain. Post-surgery pain. Chi nei tsang. Thyroid conditions and heart attacks. Hives and autoimmune disease.  Hives indicate damp heat. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, […]
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Allergies, arthritis, winter seasonal advice and more. Balancing Point 12.1.11

CEU course on diabetes this weekend with Dr. Nieters in Sacramento.  Cat allergy. igE and igG. Several protocols for allergy treament.  Foods and supplements that block the release of histamines. Arthritis and diabetes, three  week program to clear inflammation and primary method of treatment is herbal medicine and dietary change. Heberden’s nodes (swollen joints). Intestinal […]
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Heart Health 101. Balancing Point 10.10.11

  Today all about heart health, heart attacks, heart disease, cardiovascular.  Signs of heart-mind imbalances in TCM:  Parkinson’s disease and other neurological diseases, scattered thinking, difficulty concentrating, loss of joy, red  or ruddy complexion, very pale complexion, speech problems, confused speech, stuttering, mental illnesses and depression,  lassitude, weak spirit, profuse dreaming, mania, red tongue, fast […]
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Kidney stones, cellulitis, heart health and post-partum depression. Balancing Point 9.1.11

Concerns about managed care facilities. Dietary therapy for kidney stones.  Cellulitis, Clindamyacin and clostridium difficile (C. dif).  What you can do for C. difficile. Headaches. Supplements for diabetics. Women and heart health. Post-partum depression. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point health radio talk show about Traditional […]
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Blood sugars. Tinnitus. Varicose veins. 3-month turnaround diabetes and more. Balancing Point 5.12.11

What affects longevity. Balancing blood sugars. Fluid in the ears, considering surgery.  Root canal recovery. Distended and painful veins. Strengthen blood vessels. Varicose veins. Acupuncture after cerebral hemorrhage or stroke. Type 2 diabetes, three month turn around. Hormone disruptors and fertility. Tinnitus, ringing ears. Vitamin B options. Antioxidants and metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome underlying diabetes […]
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Heart attack risk. Thyroid function and fertility. Arthritis pain. Fish oil. Stroke risk and more. Balancing Point 3.24.11

Concerns about dental x-rays. Risk vs. reward, heart attack rate increase. Scanner or pat down? Thyroid function and fertility. Arthritis and pain. Willpower and self control. Reaction versus response. Adrenal fatigue from TCM perspective.  How much fish oil to take. Bad cholesterol and stroke risk in women – no link. Fructose intolerance, children with gas […]
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The Balancing Point 2.17.11 Heart disease. Low fat diets. Inflammatory disease. Lectins. Magnesium and more.

Staying on course with your vision. Join John at the New Living Expo and the World Qigong/TCM Congress.  Creating critical mass. Heart disease and heart attack and the error of the low fat diet. Looking at the root of inflammatory disease, gluten intolerance, food sensitivities, arthritis, eczema, asthma, Crohn’s, IBS, joint problems, diabetes. Mouth abscess. […]
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