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McDonough Applied Kinesiology Muscle Testing

Ann Fishburne is a local  McDonough nutritional applied kinesiologist.  Many people have benefited from this amazing service.  To better understand applied kinesiology you can read Ann's article on, A Christian Perspective on Kinesiology.  Ann was trained by  applied kinesiologist and DC, Dr. David Brents.  She became an expert in her nutritional applied kinesiologist skills as she worked with Dr. Brents for over eight years.  Since then Ann has helped many as her communities leading nutritional applied kinesiologist.
What Is Applied Kinesiology
Applied kinesiology (AK) is a form of diagnosis using muscle testing as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person’s body is functioning. Its basic notion is that every organ dysfunction is accompanied by a specific muscle weakness, which enables diseases to be diagnosed through muscle-testing procedures.
In 1964, Dr. Goodheart made an observation that a weak muscle could be treated and the strength immediately improved.  Along the way, he discovered factors that could negatively effect the strength and functioning of muscles. He coined the term applied kineisology.
In the late 1960's, an original student of Dr. Goodheart, felt that the procedures in applied kinesiology could be simplified for use by the general public. The material was simplified using the most basic material in applied kinesiology and was taught to anyone who was interested. The title of the book was Touch for Health.
AK proponents claim that nutritional deficiencies, allergies, and other adverse reactions to foods or nutrients can be detected by having the patient chew or suck on them or by placing them on the tongue so that the patient salivates.
 Some practitioners advise that the test material merely be held in the patient's hand or placed on another part of the body. A few even perform "surrogate testing" in which the arm strength of a parent is tested to determine problems in a child held by the parent.
According to the American Chiropractic Association, Applied Kinesiology is the 10th most frequently used chiropractic techniques in the United States, with 37.6% of chiropractors employing this method and 12.9% of patients being treated with it.

How Can Applied Kinesiology Benefit You

Applied kinesiology can identify weak body systems, organs, muscles, etc in the body.  It has also  been used to determine if the body is fighting infection and/or bacteria.  When used with the ZYTO Compass, the two can further determine suppolements to best meet your needs.
At your McDonough nutritional applied kinesiology center, you can also obtain help in finding the right products to address problems or potential problems in the body. Nutritional applied kinesiology can also be used to test for product toloration, to see if the body can handle the nutrients as it should.  Sometimes the body must be built up before the issue can be addressed.  Nutritional applied kinesiology has been used to help determine this important fact.
At our McDonough nutritional applied kinesiology center you can also find out how much of a certain product your body can accept at a given time.    The body is constantly changing and does not always need the same amount of a particular nutrient.   To sum it up, nutritional applied kinesiology can eliminate a lot of the guess work in addressing your health concerns.   Nutritional applied kinesiology rates...

This video talks about how  applied kinesiology works, and a simple self-testing trick you can use to test yourself on products.