Entries by Dr. Isaac S. Haynes

Dr. Isaac S. Haynes

Dr. Isaac S Haynes, PhD, MATCM, LAc. holds a Doctorate in Medical Sciences from Zhejiang Chinese Medical University. He is a California State Licensed Acupuncturist and is Nationally certified in Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Aside from running a private Acupuncture practice in Silicon Valley (www.siliconvalleyacu.com), he also runs a website that offers high quality superfood products for sale to the public. For more information, please visit: www.superfood-nutrition.com. You can also connect with Isaac on facebook and google+.

How YOU can learn to memorize a deck of cards in an evening: flex your memory muscle!

It could easily be stated that memory is a crucial part of mental fitness and overall health.  The decline in memory and cognitive ability is not something that exclusively affects our aging population.  Regardless of our age, it is important… 0 Shares |

Three extraordinary methods to heal through forgiveness that you can use TODAY!

Holding onto grudges, anger, resentment and bad memories is a lot of work.  Past traumas and negative experiences can silently sap the vital energy that could be put to use in the present moment to create the purposeful and vibrant… 0 Shares |

Four steps to sterilize water with the power of the sun

Did you know that sunlight, and specifically UV radiation has amazing anti-microbial qualities? It’s actually a fairly common method of treating water, air, and contaminated surfaces among other things, and in China, the vast majority of people hang dry their… 0 Shares |

3 tips to THRIVE this winter using Chinese Medicine

The winter season is here! Depending on where “here” is, this realization is slowly dawning on you. (I’m in Wisconsin, so all you southern Californians, Texans, Floridians, and Arizonians, please humor me.) During the first few days of cold, you… 0 Shares |

How YOU can make your own Goji Berry Juice!

  Goji is just one of the superfoods getting a lot of play these days, but there’s one way to eat this delicious berry that you may not have considered.  Have you ever had the experience of chewing a handful… 0 Shares |