Kinesiology: How to Muscle Test Yourself

I teach my patients to muscle test. Instead of their dragging along a bagful of supplements for me to test, I ask people to devote a few minutes a day to the practice of muscle testing. It’s a skill that can be learned by anyone. The key is to trust the answer and not second guess. This takes some time since we have been conditioned not to trust our own intuition–we need to stop taking the word of experts who promote this or that remedy. Certainly, I encourage research, but not all findings are right for every person.

Living in this Covid-19 world, we all know that taking care of our immune system is important. But what works for me, may not work for you. My body likes colloidal silver and grapefruit seed extract, but yours may like propolis or Vitamin C. Be aware that our bodies don’t always want the same things every day–but if you have a muscle-testing technique under your belt, no problem. All you have to do is listen to your body.

Instead of reinventing the wheel, I am offering this link by a chiropractor who shares several different ways to muscle test. Find the one that resonates with you.