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Debbie’s NRG Video Interview

Debbie’s NRG was interviewed by Jennifer Crisp, RN in November 2017 for her Telesummit Interview Series: “Your Other Healthcare System.” In this video Debbie answers, “what is kinesiolgy and energy balancing?” and explains how it can be applied to help people feel better.

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February 25th in Annapolis: Muscle Testing Level 2 – Easy Application and Use!

This interactive workshop builds on the basic knowledge learned in level one “Muscle Testing 101 – Easy to Learn and Use!” It is designed to further enhance your muscle testing skills by increasing the level of communication between you and your client, patient, friend, etc…. These skills will enable you to obtain and subsequently integrate […]

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Muscle Testing 101 – Easy To Learn and Use!

This interactive workshop is designed to teach anyone, from lay person to the professional, how to muscle test. Most importantly you will leave the class with the confidence and tools necessary to be an effective ‘muscle tester.’ You will learn many different styles and techniques of basic muscle testing including, but not limited to: sway […]

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Frequency & Health

Presented by Debbie Ulrich, CEnKP1, C.N.H.P., C.S.N. Frequency is the measurable rate of electrical energy flow that is constant between two points. Everything has frequency. Robert 0. Becker, M.D., the author of the book, The Body Electric validates that the human body has an electrical frequency and that much about a person’s health can be […]

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Alternative Tips for Children’s Health

Basic Nutrition Q: Why would a parent want to consider giving an infant or child vitamins, minerals, or supplements? Sometimes children have digestive issues which can range from gas to not properly digesting food. The latter means they are not getting the proper nutrition from the food which results in poor absorption and will eventually […]

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Lyme Disease

LYME disease is a very complex illness. There are many pathogens which accompany Lyme disease making the diagnosis and treatment just as complex. Your health has probably been on a downward spiral for some time while your immune system has been trying to do its job, only to become too stressed to continue to win […]

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Acidic vs. Alkaline Proper PH Balance

Written by Debbie Ulrich, C.N.H.P, C.S.N., CEnKP1, C.F.T. Your pH level is important and is a barometer of your body’s internal environment. Urine Ph is 6.4 – 7.0 and should be tested after the first A.M. urine between 9 A.M. & 4 P.M. and taken either before you eat or two hours after eating. Blood […]

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Dr. Furman’s Famous Anti-Cancer Soup

Serves 10 ½ cup dried split peas ½ cup dried beans (can use any variety) 4 cups water 4 medium onions, chopped 6-8 medium zucchini, cut into 1 inch pieces 3 leek stalks, coarsely chopped 2 bunches kale, collard greens, or other greens, (remove tough stems and center ribs) chop leaves 5 pounds carrots, juiced, […]

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