Tag Archives: milk

Pain Management, Protein, Kawasaki Disease and more. Balancing Point 4.12.12

Corydalin/Yan Hu Suo. Pain management. Binaural beats. Qi stagnation. Liver depression. Kawasaki disease. Statins. Heart disease. Diabetes. Gluten intolerance. High-lectin foods. Pea protein. Rice proteins. Bowel micro-flora. Probiotics. Bowel disease. The master cleanse. Breaking fasts.  Curbing sweet tooth. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point health radio talk […]
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Autoimmune and Inflammation. Balancing Point 4.2.12

Autoimmune and inflammatory diseases on the rise. “Autogens”. Pathogenesis, toxic environmental factors. Diet and lifestyle. Behcet’s disease and cow’s milk proteins. Translating TCM terminology “wind, damp-heat & phlegm.”  Herbal medicine and classical formulas for autoimmune disorders and inflammation, i.e. systemic lupus, MS, ALS, collagen diseases, kidney damage, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren’s syndrome, anti-baterial, anti-viral, respiratory tract support, […]
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Diabetes cure? Dairy products. Psoriasis. Ear tubes and more. Balancing Point 6.30.11

Is there a cure for Type 1 Diabetes using the TB vaccine?  Combining certain common pharmaceuticals causes huge leap in blood sugars.  Herbal formula and long term chronic fatigue. Milk, yogurt, kefir, casein, whey, butter and ghee.  Health benefits of chocolate.  Several concerns for patients with psoriasis. Simple treatment for psoriasis. Goat milk. Alternatives for […]
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Chinese medicine terminology explained. Anemia. Milk and more. Balancing Point 6.16.11

The language of Chinese medicine arising from the context of the natural world. Pathogenic damp, wind invasions, bi syndrome, impediment conditions.  Different types of arthritis. Treating damp conditions. Spleen dampness and kidney deficiency. Difficulty tolerating heat. Lab test review.  Vitamin B-12 deficiency, macrocytic anemia, large red cells, pernicious anemia. Resistant bacteria.  Milk.  Explosion of biomedical […]
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