Grace Suh, a licenensed acupuncturist, talks to me about her incredibly interesting and unique eastern medicine approach to weight loss – Grace Fat Loss Method: Ancient Secrets to Burn Fat and Boost Energy.
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I’ve discovered a weird new approach to weight loss… that’s actually pretty cool.
If you are trying to lose weight and have been around the block with all the weight loss books and methods out there, believe me, you have not heard anything like Grace’s method before. I know a lot about weight loss, but I learned some fun, interesting new techniques with her Grace Fat Loss Method because it is such a unique approach, incorporating principles of eastern medicine. She really has a lot of simple, effective tips that you can incorporate into your weight loss regime.
Developed by my friend and colleague Grace Suh, acupuncturist and blogger at the Huffington Post, the approach uses some truly bizarre techniques, like this:
Grace teaches you how to flick, flap and pull your ears to become a better fat burner.
Sounds strange, right?
That’s what I thought, until Grace explained that this is actually a time-tested technique used in Eastern Medicine called “auricular therapy.” It’s based on the concept of meridians, energy channels connecting our brains and bodies, and pressure points, special spots on the body that activate these energy channels.
And that’s just one of the weird weight loss techniques that Grace teaches her clients when they want to lose fat fast. She also makes some strange recommendations when it comes to food – namely, that you can eat plenty of delicious, savory food that will leave you feeling more satisfied than ever and still lose weight.
I’m fascinated by Grace’s approach and I highly recommend checking it out.I’m fascinated by Grace’s approach and I highly recommend checking it out. Grace has a new 3-part video training series introducing her essential concepts and you can get it here for free
There’s nothing to buy at this link – just a valuable mini-course on Grace’s fat loss method. But this won’t be up for long, so be sure to check it out now.
About Grace Suh
Grace Suh, L.Ac., Dipl.O.M., is founder of Body As Medicine which provides a whole-body, mind, and spirit approach for lifelong fat loss and weight management. Combining Eastern medicine with genetic testing encompasses a holistic weight loss program that accounts for factors like stress, emotions, and self-esteem.
She combines ancient wisdom with cutting-edge science to empower clients to stay lean and sexy for life. For the past 14 years she has maintained a busy practice in Venice, California.
Grace integrates a science-based combination of Eastern medicine, Chinese herbology, acupuncture, and genetic (Federally CLIA certified), adrenal, and food sensitivity testing to help clients attain efficacious results that transcend the limited Western medicine perspective.
She focuses on preventive alternative medicine, diagnostics, and treatment to address a spectrum of conditions including acne, allergies (food, chemical, environmental), anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, gastrointestinal disorders, infertility, insomnia, migraines, pain, PCOS, PMS and stress.
Grace also incorporates alternative medicine for weight loss, including Chinese herbal remedies and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She combines ear acupuncture, meditations, and natural herbs to create an ideal weight loss program.
Grace is a popular weight loss public speaker and a published writer, including the Huffington Post.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts from UCLA in 1995. She completed her Master’s at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in 1999. She became a Diplomate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2000 and certified in Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique in 2002.
Professional affiliations include National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), Nambudripad’s Allergy Research Foundation (NARF), Step up Women’s Network, American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM), and Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine (ACIM)