- This powerful yet gentle, painless, non-invasive form of therapy is the cornerstone treatment modality provided by this center.
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Achieving nutritional balance in the body is essential in preventing disease. The types of food that we eat and their combination can impact our health and well-being. A great percentage of chronic disease symptoms are directly related to irregular or improper food intake. For example sugar and fat will increase problems in diabetics. In the case of arthritis and joint inflammation, dark shade vegetables should not be ingested, such as eggplant, potatoes, and green peppers.The practitioner will suggest dietary food changes, perhaps detoxification and elimination diets, reinforcing and tonifying the organs' and glands' ability to improve function. In the philosophy of Oriental Medicine, food is meant to support and regulate bodily functions. Nutrition is very specific to the individual's overall condition, not just the symptoms of a particular disorder. Direct consultation with the practitioner is recommended for this reason.
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