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Home > Points Newsletter > October 2009

Points Newsletter - October 2009

Acupuncture and FertilityAcupuncture and Fertility
By John Lally, Lic.Ac.TCM, Clin.Ac. (Beijing, China) 

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine offer an effective, time-tested approach to enhancing fertility and treating infertility. In fact, acupuncture has been used successfully for infertility treatment for thousands of years.

Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can be used in combination with conventional reproductive medical care or as a primary treatment approach.

Integrative HealthWhat is Integrative Health?
By Craig Cormack, BA, RMT

Integrative Health simply means the intelligent combining of both Western and Eastern healing practices, therapies, and health protocols. It integrates “the best of both worlds.” Western medicine, while very powerful, is drug-driven. It places too little emphasis on prevention. Chinese medicine, on the other hand, is based on prevention. It restores the body’s natural ability to heal itself, and addresses root causes rather than mere symptoms.  More...

Halting the Sugar Roller-CoasterHalting the Sugar Roller-Coaster

The media frequently reports on childhood obesity, naming three major culprits: sugar, fats and salt. Let's focus on sugar.

The reality is, most children just love sugar. Sugar not only tastes good, but the brain requires sugar in order to function. However, for an important reason, consuming refined sugar is detrimental to a little person's health.


Acupuncture for Nasal Congestion

Clinical and Endocrinological Changes after Electro-Acupuncture Treatment in Patients with Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Antiproliferative Activities of Five Chinese Herbs and Active Compounds in Elephantopus Scaber (Tu Gong Ying)


Q: I have been treated for diverticulitis. My doctor has put me through several tests and we are waiting for the results. How should I eat and manage my lifestyle? 

A: I recommend you wait until all the test results are in and a specific diagnosis is made by your primary physician before you begin any additional treatment protocols.

In the mean time, I suggest you go on a soft, liquid diet. Avoid meat and preservative products. Also avoid cold raw foods, including raw salads.

This Month's Articles

October 2009
Volume 7, Number 10

Acupuncture and Fertility

What is Integrative Health?  

Halting the Sugar Roller-Coaster

Recent Research

Ask The Doctor

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