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Eating Defensively, Or, In Praise Of Curmudgeons

Fully 70% of our populace in this country is either overweight or suffers from obesity. We as a nation have been hoodwinked into believing the lies about what is supposed to be good for us. In the process we’ve all become addicts to nasty foods that makes us terribly ill, and are extremely hard to kick.

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Milk Thistle Soothes The Liver

This twiggy, aromatic herb works to soothe your liver in whichever form you take it: as an herb for the purist who likes funky tasting teas, or, for the rest of us, as an easy-to-find supplement.

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Hypnosis Treats Guilt And Its Discontents

I told him that one session probably wouldn’t rewire 36 years worth of Catholic Guilt, any more than it would do so for the Jewish version. That said, it was possible that hypnosis could ease this particular situation. We both agreed it was worth a try.

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Where Is The Outrage?

As an acupuncturist, and perhaps doubly so a hypnotist, it is my stock and trade to be cool, serene and collected. Meditate, breathe evenly and

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Quit Smoking Now…Hypnosis Works

People wanting to quit smoking often go to an acupuncturist or a hypnotist, because both modalities have (correctly) earned reputations as being effective in mitigating various cravings. My approach uses both techniques successfully:

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