The Soul’s Journey – Book Launch Interview

The Soul’s Journey: A Pre-Life Adventure

An amazing adventure of a soul in heaven planning his next life on Earth. He learns from guides how to stay healthy while in embodiment. He chooses his parents and prepares them for his coming, and goes on adventures in higher and lower realms. The laws of the Universe are revealed in a thrilling story form.


My Favorite Healthy Processed Foods

[caption id="attachment_1419" align="alignleft" width="169"] Mary's Gone Crackers are a healthy crunchy gluten free snack. The only ingredients are: brown rice, quinoa, flax seeds, and sesame seeds. Other flavors add herbs like caraway, black pepper and other herbs.[/caption]       [caption id="attachment_1429" align="alignleft" width="169"] Mochi by Grainaissance. I have enjoyed this snack for over 20 years. Just score it with a knife in 1 inch squares and break. Bake at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes, until puffs up. I like adding almond butter and fruit sweetened jelly. Ingredients are: organic sweet brown rice, filtered water, raisins, cinnamon, sea salt.[/caption]       [caption id="attachment_1403" align="alignleft" width="169"] Great veggie chip without canola or other bad oils. Grain free. Is not organic but is still healthy. Made in England. The ingredients are: beets, parsnips,...

Blood Type Diet – Type AB

Blood Type Diet - Type AB Michael Lam, MD, MPH   Characteristics of Type AB - Best on Mixed Diet in moderation Comments Most Beneficial Food allowed Food not allowed Meat and Poultry Type AB do not produce enough stomach acid to effectively digest too much animal protein. So the key is portion size and frequency. Lamb, mutton, rabbit, turkey All kinds except those listed not allowed Beef, Chicken, Cornish Hens, Duck, Goose, Pork, Patridge, Veal, Venison, Quail Cured meats can cause stomach cancer Type ABs with low levels of stomach acid Seafood If you have family history of breast cancer, introduce snails (Helix pomatia) into your diet Tuna, Cod, ...

Welcome to Warren King’s Blog

The New Paradigm of Healing Blog   [caption id="attachment_424" align="alignleft" width="400" caption="Warren King"][/caption] I’m really excited about having my own blog for information related to health and my healing practice. As a licensed acupuncturist and natural healer, I run across good articles on the Internet about health and healing and have much experience based on my practice and interaction with my patients. Now I will have a way of sharing this information with a larger number of people. The word DOCTOR means to teach or educate.  I treat people and give them remedies to help the body heal itself, but what I really want to do is teach people how they can help themselves - not only physically, but emotionally, mentally and spiritually, too. Everyone has a higher self. The...


What does Warren King do?

Many people that are referred to me express a desire to understand more about what I do, the scope of my practice and my philosophy, as well as my background and training.  So I hope this letter will answer some of the most commonly asked questions. Background, Training and Methods While I’ve gained knowledge and expertise in many different modalities of healing, a major pillar in the foundation of my practice is a background in Chinese and Oriental Medicine.  I have been a licensed acupuncturist since 1991.  My training and expertise include methods of Oriental diagnosis such as pulse testing, and tongue and facial diagnosis.  I have studied Chinese, Japanese, and Korean forms of acupuncture.  I also have extensive training in both Chinese and Western Herbology, as...


The New Healing Paradigm

The New Healing Paradigm by Warren King L.Ac. WATER THE ROOTS AND NOT THE LEAVES This ancient saying in Chinese Medicine says that we must treat the cause (the root) and the symptoms (the leaves) will resolve themselves. If the warning signs are not heeded, but suppressed, then one day those annoying symptoms may resurface, but this time as more serious illness. Many of the symptoms that we experience are in reality the body's attempt to keep us balanced, and communicate to us that something needs to be corrected. They are like a smoke alarm, warning of a fire smoldering in the basement. Suppressing symptoms is like rolling out of bed, half asleep and cutting the wires to the alarm, instead of rousing ourselves, going downstairs, and extinguishing the...