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Applied Kinesiology - Real or Fake?
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:LisaDiane:MV8yMjE3OTkzXzM3NTg3NjEwX0QzMDU2NjAy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 37915017:MV8yMjE3OTkzXzM3NTg2OTkzXzMxMzU5REU4] We call it muscle testing and use it for all of the decisions we make. Including, what vitamins and supplements to purchase. It is very easy to learn how to do with a little practice. People sailed the oceans using this method before the compass was invented. The arts of Dowsing or using a pendulum, which have been used for thousands of years, employ the same energies as kinesiology. [/quote] I had no idea that muscle testing was used before compass was invented. Interesting! [/quote]
My husband got recommended to go to an AK doctor. He went through all of these "tests" to determine if there was an allergy. The AK doctor mentioned he has mold in his body. Suggested or rather prescribed certain supplements.
Is this all quakery? Witch doctorish? Or actually legit?
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