I’ve studied acupuncture in China, but for weight loss all you have to do is drink pure water, sponsor a healthy diet (where you can – and have to – really eat as much as you want of the good stuff and still lose weight nevertheless incredibly fast) and exercise (actually not much exercise at all is needed to lose weight, if the diet and your amount of pure water intake is good. You’ll simply love to exercise after having gone through all the detoxification!)
Avoid fluoride, MSG, Aspartame, GMOs, etc. like the pest.
Avoid meat and dairy and go vegan and slowly increase the amount of fresh raw foods in your diet. Soak your nuts and sprout your seeds.
Weight loss is not about losing weight, it is about detoxing, which is why it would be a good idea to support your body with herbal medicine, some supplements (supplying everything the (individual) body might be deficient in, like niacin, Lugol’s iodine, selenium, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, B12,…etc.), acupuncture, homeopathy, colon hydrotherapy (3- 6 sessions in the beginning) and then coffee enemas (see Gerson Therapy).
People usually make fun about the idea of using colon hydrotherapy and coffee enemas, but in the most successful cancer therapies on the planet they are used and they have made all the difference between life and death in many cancer patients…
…and in relatively healthy patients (who think they will not need them!) they will safe years of detoxification. Many years!!!
That said, there is absolutely no need to spent a lot of money on acupuncture for weight loss, rather get some books about acupressure and auriculotherapy and massage those acupressure points and auriculotherapy points yourself daily.
Get a good juicer (that is good for veggies and especially greens), a Vitamix and a distiller and…
…then detox, nourish and rebuild your body back to health.
If you’ve run out of ways on how to lose weight, there is another alternative — that is, if you are brave enough to face needles. Acupuncture, a traditional form of Chinese medicine, has been found to play a role in weight loss for adults.
A team of researchers at the School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) of Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) carried out an experiment on the efficacy of acupuncture as a tool for weight control. As part of the study, the SCM team together with the Hong Kong Hospital Authority observed 72 individuals who were between 18- to 68-years-old and had a body mass index (BMI) of 25 or above. All of the participants had not taken any other weight loss tool or any medication three months before the trial.