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Flu Shots … To Have or Not to Have?

Flu Shots… To Have or Not to Have, THAT is the Question! by Nadia Gazzi “Tackle the root cause, not the effect” ~ Haresh Sippy It’s that time of year again!  Everyone is offering flu shots and encouraging everyone to get them. Here at Bing’s Natural Health (BnH)...

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How Should I Prepare Myself to Thrive in Winter?

Thrive in Winter by Bing Qian “A person who is healthy has a thousand dreams. A person who is sick has only one.” ~ Proverb When you think about your life goals and desires, I’m sure that good health plays a major part in most of them. After...

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A breath exercise to help you sleep

    A simple breath exercise to relax your mind and help you fall asleep   by Alice Louey   This is a helpful breath exercise that I learnt a few years ago that relaxes your mind, and helps you fall asleep quickly.  The use of slow deep...

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Are Superfoods Good for YOU Right Now?

  “Your body is a unique and complex entity… think of a custom-built car, not an assembly-line production and treat it accordingly.” ~Bing Qian     This is the story of two women… and the key to your health and energy. So, what is the secret of living...

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Osteoarthritis of the Knee and Acupuncture

  There is evidence that acupuncture can be considered as a viable treatment to reduce the pain and the physical dysfunction associated with osteoarthritis of the knee. This involves the management of pain and discomfort without medications. At the level of the...

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Acupuncture for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Is it a psychological disorder.that's all in the head? Is it in the genes? Western medicine is yet to find a cause, prevention or cure for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome(CFS). Western medicine even struggles to make a diagnosis of CFS and usually...

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Acupuncture for Constipation

  Constipation is a big subject which is both complex and complicated when one considers all of the available and often conflicting information, medications, side effects, and special supplements. Some sensationalist headlines even talk about the Constipation...

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Individual Health and Wellbeing

  Invest in Yourself: Wellbeing, Self-Care, and Your Environment     “You are the person who has to live with yourself, so it’s in your best interests to look after your own  individual health and wellbeing and not to delegate responsibility to...

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Gout: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Gout: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment by Nadia Gazzi   “Everything starts with what you eat!”   Although heredity plays a part in your predisposition to gout, it’s your diet and lifestyle choices that are the primary factors in the age at which your symptoms...

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Acupuncture for Tinnitus

  Acupuncture for chronic nonpulsatile tinnitus: A randomized clinical trial. Acupuncture is effective in reducing the loudness and severity of tinnitus and can be a useful treatment for nonpulsatile chronic tinnitus. Background of this study: There is challenge...

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Cooling Foods during Summer

Why you should eat Cooling Foods during Summer ? by Alice Louey   In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), we recognise that different conditions and body types require different treatment methods. The ultimate end goal of Chinese medicine and acupuncture sessions...

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Taking Care of Your Health in the New Year of the Pig

Taking Care of Your Health in the New Year of the Pig by Bing Qian   “In the Chinese zodiac, the pig (boar) is realistic, faithful in friendship, stylish, perfectionist and hard working. He is a tolerant - being recognised by his friends for his kindness and...

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Year of the Earth Pig

Year of the Earth Pig - February 5th 2019 – January 24th 2020 Expand your energy and express your true self... In 2019, Pigs Truly Do Fly! We say goodbye to the demanding energies in 2018 and The Year of the Yang Earth Dog “Wu Xu” where events felt they all rolled in...

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Electroacupuncture for Weight Loss

In the following six(6) studies it is suggested that electroacupuncture for weight loss may be an effective therapy for obesity. 1. Electroacupuncture therapy for weight loss reduces serum total cholesterol, triglycerides, and LDL cholesterol levels in obese...

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Chinese Medicine Hay Fever Management

Chinese medicine has been shown to be effective for the relief of hay fever symptoms. It is important to pay immediate attention to your hay fever because otherwise the symptoms may get worse as you age. You have probably noticed that people around you are...

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Holiday opening hours over Christmas and New Year

Our last clinic day for 2018 will be on Saturday the 22nd of December (closing at 1pm), We will be back in 2019 on Monday the 7th of January. Holiday opening hours :- Saturday 29/12/2018  10-2pm Thursday 03/01/2019  10-2pm *Only our practitioner Julia will...

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Spiritual Weight Loss

Spiritual Weight Loss: 5 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Mind and Spirit so You Can Find More Joy People carry weight for many different reasons, so identifying why you are struggling with a mental, spiritual, or physical burden can transform your life. For example, Christmas...

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Gastrointestinal Motility Disorder

Electroacupuncture at LI11 acupoint promotes jejunal motility via the parasympathetic pathway Background of this study: Gastrointestinal motility disorder consists of multiple clinical symptoms and occurs in numerous diseases, including diarrhoea, constipation and...

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Prevention of Natural Cerebral Aging

Change in the P300 index – a pilot randomised controlled trial of low-frequency electrical stimulation of acupuncture points in middle-aged men and women Background of this study: The P300 is a major index used to evaluate improvements in brain function. Although a...

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Qianggu Capsule for Primary Osteoporosis

Chinese herbal medicine Qianggu Capsule for the treatment of primary osteoporosis: evidence from a Chinese patent medicine Background of this study: Qianggu Capsule, a Chinese herbal patent medicine, has been widely applied in the clinical practice of primary...

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Wet Cupping Therapy

Evaluation of Wet Cupping Therapy: Systematic Review of Randomized Clinical Trials. Background for this Study: Wet cupping therapy is a widely used traditional therapy in many countries, which justifies a continuous scientific evaluation of its efficacy and safety....

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Yu Ping Feng San for Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever)

Potential effectiveness of the Chinese herbal medicine Yu ping feng san for allergic rhinitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Allergic rhinitis is commonly known as hay fever. It is an allergic response when the nose...

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Natural Hay Fever Relief with Acupuncture

Do you know someone who gets red, itchy and watery eyes; someone who sneezes a lot, but also gets congested sinuses, a heavy-head feeling, and suffers low energy every spring? It is possible that they are suffering from fay fever. These hay fever symptoms are an...

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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis with Acupuncture

A comparative study of three conservative treatments in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis: lumbar spinal stenosis with acupuncture and physical therapy study (LAP study) Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is usually associated with neurological symptoms and intermittent...

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Acupuncture in Patients with Allergic Asthma

Acupuncture in Patients with Allergic Asthma: A Randomized Pragmatic Trial Background: Although the available evidence is insufficient, acupuncture is used in patients suffering from chronic asthma. The aim of this pragmatic study was to investigate the...

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Herbal medicine Zengru Gao to promote breastfeeding

Recent research reviewed the efficacy of the Chinese herbal medicine Zengru Gao to promote breastfeeding in a multicenter randomized controlled trial. Background: Breastfeeding, also known as nursing, is recommended worldwide to provide ideal food to newborns, but not...

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Sinew acupuncture for Knee Osteoarthritis

This Sinew acupuncture for Knee Osteoarthritis study aims to examine whether sinew acupuncture can safely relieve pain and symptoms of knee osteoarthritis and improve patients’ functional movement and quality of life. Sinew acupuncture for knee osteoarthritis is where...

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Ageing, Transitional Health and You

Chinese medicine seems to be much better suited to dealing with transitional health Like many things in life, your health doesn’t take care of itself if you don’t get involved. If you feel tired, drained, or sick, but don’t take any action then you shouldn’t be...

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