By Sara Calabro
From diets and support groups to surgically implanted devices, weight-loss solutions abound—and yet consistently leave something to be desired.
For every Weight Watchers success story there’s a case of backfire, in which Points counting becomes so tedious and joyless that it only increases cravings for off-the-charts foods. The same Lap-Band that improves portion control in one person may be nothing but an ineffective and unnecessary surgical procedure for another.
Different weight-loss methods produce unpredictable outcomes because we all gain weight, and struggle to lose it, for different reasons.
Acupuncture by nature is multi-pronged in its approach—it simultaneously addresses physiological and emotional imbalances—making it an especially suitable therapy for complex conditions that are difficult to isolate.
And so, The $64,000 Question: Can acupuncture really help with weight loss? Keep reading