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Ilana Rubenfeld

Ilana Rubenfeld

SV writes: “I wonder if you might post my experience with the Rubenfeld Synergy Method. I found the work personally very helpful.  I also had the opportunity to be in several of Ilana Rubenfelds classes. They were amazingly helpful not only to the observers but also the person on the table. . . “

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Dr. Lorraine Day’s Cancer Cure

lorraine dayMH writes: “Do you know about the writings from Lorraine day, M.D. Orthopedic surgeon and Christian regarding alternative Health modalities? I know she does not advocate use of eastern religiously based health modalities which she views as the antichrist, but she has good arguments against modern day medicine’s approach to dealing with diseases.  . . .

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The Pros and Cons of EMDR Therapy

eyeballHM writes: “Is EMDR a New Age therapy? I’ve participated in it through my counseling for OCD. It was first presented to me by a Catholic therapist, a wonderful woman who explained that it is effective in people with PTSD and especially OCD because the light bar distracts the front part of the brain, enabling the long-term memory portion of the brain to tap into traumatic memories and reprocess them appropriately. It seemed scientific to me and actually helped calm down many ‘triggers’ for my OCD.

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The Troubled History of Glyconutrients

ambrotoseJW writes: “I have a question about one of your blogs on Women of Grace where you mentioned that if science is not backing something we should not use it. I have used a nutritional supplement [Ambrotose] for over 14 years with wonderful health benefits. With the discovery of the product there were only the testimonies of the benefits people were seeing. . . .

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Watch Out for Wacky Allergy Treatments!

woman holding stomachMA asks: “I’m wondering if you’ve run across any negative information on ALCAT or other companies who test for food sensitivities.  Supposedly, if a person is sensitive to a certain food, then staying away from that food allows the body to heal.  Scientifically, it makes sense to me, and I don’t see any elements of New Age in this.  What do you think?”

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