Adam Miramon, M.O.M., Dipl.Ac., L.Ac., Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist


Low Carb Strategies

Having experienced forced dietary changes twice in my life, I knew the only way to be successful was to make the transition as simple and painless as possible. I created a loose set of strategies to support the transition of my dietary journey: Short list low carb foods Significantly reduce high carb foods Allow one

Low Carb Challenges

I have been dairy and gluten intolerant for over a decade, so I am familiar with changing my eating habits, reading packages, and adjusting my restaurant choices. The first few times I was required to eliminate certain foods from my diet my point of view was “foods I can’t eat.” Eventually, I began to approach

How We Travelled During a Pandemic

Here are the lessons my partner and I learned from our recent trip to the beach. First, we used travel guidance provided by infectious disease specialists outlined The Washington Post. The short answer is that car travel, hotel stays, camping, and outdoor activities like the beach are considered safe as long as appropriate precautions are


Traditional Mexican Folk Healing Adam attended an intensive this summer at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. This university-sponsored course focused on Curanderismo, which is the practice of traditional Mexican folk healing techniques. This two-week long course included lectures, demonstrations, didactic work, hands on practice, and healing rituals. In addition to the university course,