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Life Changing Insights with Diana Rinkoff with Laura Farb

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Laura Farb I practices Chinese medicine, which includes acupuncture and Chinese herbs, combined with a specialty in Applied Clinical Nutrition. I use a system of kinesiology called Nutrition Response Testing (NRT). NRT incorporates a non-invasive method of muscle testing to assess the body's imbalances and priorities for healing using supplements made from whole foods--without synthetic nutrients. My path into holisitic medicine and healing began almost 30 years ago when I started practicing yoga. As for Chinese medicine, my aunt introduced me to acupuncture in Houston, Texas, as a teenager when I had the flu, and I had great benefits. Later, in my 20's, I sought an acupuncturist for back pain and for symptoms, which I didn't realize at that time were due to allergies. I was amazed by having such immediate results with acupuncture and herbs, and not needing to take antibiotics or pharmaceuticals, that I continued to use Chinese medicine whenever I got sick or was in pain. Along the way, I was also introduced to a great nutritionist in Houston due to various digestive issues I was having at the time, and again, had great results. So, these experiences have always been with me and inspired me to study Chinese medicine and nutrition extensively.

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