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Nutritional Kinesiology (A Repost)

Posted Mar 03 2010 12:00am

I know nutritional kinesiology sounds "out there"... but this was one of the BEST things I did for my health. The kinesiologist was very experienced and when I had blood testing for allergies one year later, she was just about right on the money! Many of the foods that she told me not to eat were on my IgG allergy blood test! When I avoided those foods my joint pain went away! I also lost weight and my cholesterol and inflammation levels went down too as an added bonus!

I went to the Chiropractor/Nutritionist/Kinesiologist and was very impressed from the start. The idea behind nutritional kinesiology is that each food you put in your body either gives you strength or makes you weak.
What this doctor did was to have you lie on your back and put a small piece of food in your mouth. Then she tested 3 sets of muscle groups, left arm held up and pushed down, right arm held in to your body pulled out, and right leg held up and pushed down. If the food makes you strong, you will be able to hold your arm/leg up against the doctor's pressure. If the food makes you weak, your arm/leg will "flap like a chicken wing". I know it sounds hokey, but in the hands of an accomplished doctor this type of allergy/intolerance testing REALLY works!
When I went I told the doctor "I can't believe this will work." She said "Many people don't believe in kinesiology until she tells people what foods to avoid, they avoid the foods, and feel tons better!

I left the office that day with very little left to eat... I tested the most allergic foods first, I tested allergic/intolerant(weak) to bananas, wheat, dairy ,tomatoes, yeast, eggs. I still needed to test other foods at the next visit. I was very confused as to what I would eat now. I was shell shocked when I left her office that day...
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