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AcuSculpt Is Natural Weight-Loss Therapy

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Many people feel more bloated, exhausted or sluggish this time of year, and they see the scale creep up a bit higher than usual. AcuSculpt—a combination of acupuncture and massage—can help, says licensed acupuncturist Ani Baran, owner of NJ Acupuncture Center, in Jersey City and Bayonne.

Baran designed and trademarked AcuSculpt as a natural alternative to traditional weight-loss treatment. “It’s scientifically targeted and aims to slim and tone using acupuncture immediately followed by a firm, pressured massage,” she says.

In the first part of an AcuSculpt session, acupuncture needles are strategically placed within predetermined weight meridians to stabilize qi, facilitate energy flow and reduce leptin. Next electro-acupuncture is used to release accumulated or difficult-to-target qui. The second part is a massage to release retained gas, fluid and bloat in the abdomen and thighs.

“When performed over time, AcuSculpt will stimulate metabolism, regulate your bowels and help fight against fluid retention, bloating and gas,” Baran says. “Of course it’s not a quick-fix, and it should be used consistently while being supplemented by a moderate and healthful diet.”

Locations: 550 Newark Ave., Ste. 201, Jersey City, NJ, and 930 Kennedy Blvd., Bayonne, NJ. For more information, call 201-668-0343, email [email protected] or visit NJAcupunctureCenter.com.

 

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