Allergy Sufferer Gets Relief with NAET

by Christiane Northrup, M.D.

Dear Dr. Northrup,

After suffering from food allergies, which just kept getting more extreme for the last 26 years, I read about NAET in your book Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. I have spent a lot of money and tried so many supplements, treatments, and practitioners before, but nothing helped. I figured that since you recommended NAET, I’d give it a try. I am amazed that after only eleven treatments, I can eat anything I want! Thank you so much. I never thought I dared hope to reverse any of these allergies, let alone ALL of them. You have truly changed my life. – C.K.

Dear C.K.,

This is wonderful! I’m so glad that you were open to trying one more thing. The Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique, known as NAET, is very effective at clearing allergies of all types, including those to foods. NAET was developed by Dr. Devi Nambudripad, an acupuncturist and chiropractor who discovered through personal and clinical experience that allergies are often associated with certain physical, emotional, and nutritional patterns, all of which require reprogramming in order to be eliminated. Her technique uses acupuncture or acupressure “clearing” of the pattern as well as temporary elimination of the allergen until the pattern is cleared. I have referred many patients to practitioners trained in NAET, and I highly recommend this revolutionary approach. For more information, visit their Web site. – C.N.

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Last Updated: January 15, 2009

Christiane Northrup, M.D.

Christiane Northrup, M.D.

Christiane Northrup, M.D., is a visionary pioneer and a leading authority in the field of women’s health and wellness. Recognizing the unity of body, mind, and spirit, she empowers women to trust their inner wisdom, their connection with Source, and their ability to truly flourish.


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    9 years ago

    I am 42 and I am approached by more 20 something years old then anything. I don’t mind the term cougar. Cougars are known for being good hunters but they are more known and admired for her swiftness, stealth, strength and intelligence, as well as the devoted attention they pay to their young. They are a symbol for their independence.

  2. Stephanie
    10 years ago

    I cringe, too when I hear the term ‘cougar’. It just seems like a silly Hollywood-ish invention and has nothing to do with real life. White Tigress? That’s cool! And I love hearing women say that 60 is just as wonderful as 40. I have loved turning 40 and maturing both spiritually and emotionally.

  3. michelle
    10 years ago

    Oh I LOVE this. I really hate the term “cougar” and I agree that there is certainly a double-standard still in play in our society. White Tigress is PERFECT!!! Thank you!

  4. Lisa
    10 years ago

    Having been called a MILF for more than a decade, and never been referred to as a Cougar, I love the image of the White Tigress. I could put the name of so many women I know. Poised, confident, beautiful, the White Tigress mirrors the love and serenity of the world around her as she relaxes calmly in the springtime of the second half of her life!

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    10 years ago


  6. zeynep
    10 years ago

    i am so glad that you write your book women wisdom women body ,i read it just now in german and i am so moved-an i am join you by the purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.with my all power

  7. Robin
    10 years ago

    LOVE it, thank you, I’m on board 😉

  8. jane
    10 years ago


  9. Vicky
    10 years ago

    Love it!!

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    10 years ago


  11. Cat
    10 years ago

    That is simply purrrfect!

  12. Kathy
    10 years ago

    Amen! Since my divorce 10 years ago I have only attracted younger men….if there has to be a label let it be White Tigress!

  13. Diane
    10 years ago

    I love this expression and have changed my vocabulary! Thanks for the tip!

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