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Check out our article in Austin Fit Magazine!

Acupuncture Works! The article explains what acupuncture is and how it can work for you.

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Who's healthy?!!

Building on the foundation of acupuncture and Oriental medicine helps the body heal naturally so our patients feel better faster!

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Nope? We can relate!

Ask us how to supplement your diet with real food and why this makes a difference!

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Conscious, Integrative Healthcare for Austin Texas

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Acupuncture has it's roots in ancient China and has since spread throughout the world. Today, acupuncture and Oriental medicine is used successfully alongside many modern treatment techniques.

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Herbal Medicine

An effective, natural alternative to "drug" therapy, Chinese herbal medicine has been around for thousands of years. It is the most sophisticated traditional herbal system in the world.

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Functional Nutrition

What you eat may be the most influential factor in establishing and maintaining perfect health. We customize your dietary recommendations based on how the body actually works and explain this in ways that make sense!

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Why "Project"?

More than any other question, when people see our name they almost always ask, “Why are you called a project?” And the answer is simple: Because getting healthy is our project and we’re in this together.

Health News & Articles

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Gluten, Carbs and the New Training Diet

Three fried-egg sandwiches with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions, and mayonnaise on white bread; two cups of coffee; one five-egg omelet; one bowl of grits; three slices of French toast topped with powdered […]

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See Our Article in Austin Fit Magazine!

Acupuncture Works
by Joshua Saul
Several years ago, I stopped at a restaurant on my way to Austin, where I was to begin studies in acupuncture and Oriental medicine. The waitress asked where I was […]

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Informative talk from expert Marlene Merritt about how the body processes sugar, the interaction with insulin and why this is important.

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