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Fingernail and Tongue Analysis: What they reveal about your health!

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Join Dr. Cherilyn Lee, co-host, Karlynn Cammon and special Guest Dr. Chi as they discuss tongue and fingernail analysis and what they reveal about one's health! .  For over 40 years, Dr. Chi has had the opportunity to see more than 10,000 patients around the world, and compile their records.  After long, careful observation, they found that there are two major markers, fingernail and tongue, that have been shown to be correlative to these patients' conditions.  Using these two common markers, Dr. Chi's method can categorize these patients into eight different symptomatic categories pinpointing the origins of their conditions.  Of these categories, one represents the characteristics of a healthy person, while the other seven represent different problematic situations that are possible in-patients.

Dr. Tsu-Tsair Chi had medical training in China; he earned his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Waksman Institute of Microbiology at Rutgers State University, New Jersey, in 1978. Dr. Chi then became a Board Certified Naturopathic Physician. Since then, he has done infectious disease work at E.R. Squibb and Sons, Inc., New Jersey, and cancer screening work at Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Co. in Michigan. Dr. Chi had been closely associated with the late Virginia Livingston, MD, and he developed a California state licensed Neostop® Anti-Tumor Vaccine for poultry.

In 1986, Dr. Chi founded Chi’s Enterprise, Inc. in California for research and manufacturing of alternative medicine. Since 1994, he started giving lectures to different health professional organizations in the United States. Beginning in 2002, Dr. Chi became a qualified instructor for Continuing Education (CE) courses to licensed health care professionals.

 

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