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Go Beyond Muscle Testing with HealthWiggle

It’s fun watching people get healthy with no side effects or overdoses, and the study behind how that happens is fascinating. HealthWiggle, a series of seminars presented by Susan Richter, RN of Next Level Healing of NJ and Dr. Dan Silverstein, MD of Celevitae Medical, was created with the “fun of getting healthy” in mind, yet the level of information is not basic, and would stimulate any advanced student or determined caregiver. This bi-weekly course runs Sept. 27–Nov. 29, and will be held at 185 Washington Street in Morristown. Early registration is key as space is limited.

        HealthWiggle is based on true science—anatomy, physiology, hematology, serology, enzymology—and the effects of food-based nutrition. Participants learn how to mitigate stress responses and the symptoms of dis-ease through analyzing visceral reflexes, 24-hour urinalysis and bio-impedance results, and also, how to monitor the results of alternative medicine therapies by “jump points” (a medical term for pain on palpation). Students also learn how to provide macro-nutrients to nourish the body’s eleven systems with the help of enzymes and US grown, organic, raw or frozen foods, and the nutritional expense of drugs and fake foods.

HealthWiggle series fee is $1200. Next Level Healing of NJ is located at 166 Franklin Road, Denville. For information contact Susan Richter at 973-586-0626 or



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