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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:08 am 
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Yet another brillian post on the use of "Applied Kinesiology" in the diagnosis & management of allergies. This physician had started on his topic before the other one was posted, so quite a coincidence. Must be something they're seeing pop up on their radar these days.

This one has quite a dose of humour in it :D

http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/index.php/ak-nonsense-on-full-automatic/

This definition of "allergy" kind of opened my eyes. Apparently this is how "allergy" is viewed in alternative medicine ... as an "energy blockage". :scratchy

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…allergies are viewed from a holistic perspective based on Oriental Medical principles and defined in terms of the effect an allergic substance has on the energy flow in the body.

An allergy is a condition of unusual sensitivity of a person to one or more substances which may be harmless to the majority of other individuals. In the allergic person, the allergic substance (known as an allergen) is viewed by the brain as a threat to the body’s well-being. When contact is made with an allergen, it causes blockages in the energy pathways called meridians, disrupting the normal flow of energy through the body’s electrical circuits. This energy blockage causes interference in communication between the brain and body via the nervous system which begins a chain of events that can develop into an allergic response.”

So all diseases are due in part or in their entirety to an allergy.



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