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Food provides genuine replacement parts to repair your body. Miranda used to think good nutrition simply meant you were eating broccoli. As it turns out, it is very much more than that. Broccoli is very helpful, but it is not everything. Food has the potential to restore your body's own ability to regain your own health. It also provides genuine replacement parts. Usually you need more than one vegetable!
Nutrition Response Testing is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body, using acupuncture points, in order to determine the underlying causes of ill health. When these causes are addressed through safe, natural nutritional means, the body can repair itself and regain optimum health.
Miranda uses Chinese nutritional principles, pulse diagnosis, acupressure and energetic stressor kits (see video) to quickly identify your body's needs.
MIranda routinely offers educational workshops to share additional knowledge on how to maximize the results of your wellness program. This may be the easiest way for you to learn how you can heal your body and to introduce true healing to yourself, to your family and to your friends.
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Nutrition is a very important element of the complete Traditional Chinese Medicine system. It is one of both healing and disease prevention. Many diseases and symptoms can be treated with dietary changes alone; however it often takes longer and requires the utmost compliance and dedication on the patient’s behalf. Unfortunately, today’s population has a poor concept of what constitutes a good diet. Our fast paced lifestyle often gives nutritious eating a low priority. At the same time, controversial dietary regimes and a vast array of fad diets add even more confusion to modern day eating habits. As a result, we see rapid deterioration in the quality of people’s lives in the form of obesity, depression, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and other avoidable conditions of modern life.
Chinese nutrition uniquely differs from modern Western nutrition in that it determines the energies and therapeutic properties of foods instead of analyzing the chemical constituents of them. The advantage of this approach lies in its ability to customize to every individual’s needs. Furthermore, Chinese nutrition takes into consideration such factors as method of preparation, body type, season, and one’s geographical location in determining the appropriate diet.