Can Acupuncture Help You Lose Weight?
What does Acupuncture Help With?
- Acupuncture supports the body in order to reduce cravings
- Acupuncture reduces withdrawal symptoms
- Acupuncture reduces irritability, restlessness and body aches you may encounter while changing your lifestyle and losing weight
- Acupuncture helps the body by increasing low energy
How Does Acupuncture Work for Weight Loss?
Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Food Therapy are used together to support weight loss
- Acupuncture accesses neuro-pathways to the brain to help ease discomfort during detox
- Acupuncture helps balance hormones
- Acupuncture increases endorphins (feel-good hormones)
This reduces cravings
- Acupuncture reduces stress and thus, stress-induced eating
- Acupuncture relaxes the mind and brings balance to the body
Acupuncture and Nutrition Detox Program in Anoka
We are now offering Acupuncture to reduce cravings and balance the body in order to support sugar detox, weight loss and increased energy, along with Nutrition Detox classes. This is a 5-week program including 5 Sugar Detox classes and 4 coinciding acupuncture treatments.
The acupuncture treatments to balance the body during the sugar detox program are done by both Mike Ackerman, LAc. and Aleesha Ackerman, LAc. The Nutrition Detox classes are taught by Stephanie Ewals of Out of the Woods Nutrition.
Acupuncture treatments to support the body along with Nutrition classes on Sugar Detox, both take place at Ackerman Acupuncture in Anoka. Acupuncture treatments take place either before classes, after classes or at another scheduled appointment time and are included in the total 5-week package price. There are 5 classes and 4 acupuncture treatments. The next 5-week class begins February 17th.
Class size is limited. Call now to register and secure your spot.
Call Ackerman Acupuncture to register for your Acupuncture Nutrition Detox package at 763-477-1338.
Tips: What Can You Do to Support Yourself During Detox?
- Have a Support Group
(Facebook group support included in class)
- Light to moderate exercise like walking every day
- Drink enough water
(Helps flush-out toxins in fat cells & decreases cravings)
- Add lemon wedge & small pinch Himalayan/Sea salt to Water
(Supplements body with vitamin C & trace minerals)
- Lower Your Stress – Take on Less in your schedule
(Avoid Feeling Overwhelmed)
- Get EXTRA Sleep
(Your Body is Detoxing, Remember)?
Mike Ackerman, LAc. treats many pain issues, including Sports Injuries, Back pain, Sciatica and Plantar Fasciitis near Osseo, MN.
Aleesha Ackerman, LAc treats patients with weight issues, Women’s issues, digestion problems, Back Pain, hormonal imbalances like Thyroid Disease and Hot flashes near Andover, MN.
Acupuncture is great for treating all types of Pain and Headaches, including Migraines.
Written by Aleesha Ackerman, LAc.
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Visit Ackerman Acupuncture for Pain Relief & Wellness.
Ackerman Acupuncture is easily accessible from East River Road, and treats Low Energy, Mood Disorder, Insomnia, Low Appetite, Food Cravings, Diarrhea and Constipation along with irregular bowel movement or digestion issues and all pain issues near Coon Rapids, MN.
Feel free to discuss any questions you may have. Call to schedule your free consultation at 763-477-1338 and relax in our private treatment rooms near Andover, MN.
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