6 Week Acupuncture Healthy Weight Program
(a different approach)


To successfully lose weight quickly, and keep it off, you must improve your digestive function, deal with the emotional side of food and eat correctly.

— Dr. Sandra Wu (Chinese Medicine)

The Emperor’s 6 Week Acupuncture Healthy Weight Program is diet-led with supporting acupuncture weight loss designed for people who’ve worked hard to lose weight and have been constantly disappointed by the results.

We’ve helped many people who struggled with weight loss with our program and now it’s open to you.

Most importantly it addresses the digestive, emotional and hormonal issues that lead to weight gain and making losing it near impossible.

The 6 week Emperor’s Acupuncture Healthy Weight Program will help you lose weight by:

  • Pinpointing hormonal impediments to weight loss
  • Improving digestive function
  • Reducing the impact of stress
  • All natural and organic approach

With no requirement for an exercise program, an expensive gym membership, special dietary foods or calorie calculating.

The program is the result of 5 years of clinical development and is designed to overcome the real weight loss challenges you face.

Acupuncture Weight Loss

Reducing the impact of stress and fat-making hormones

Fat-making hormones include insulin, cortisol and estrogen.

Acupuncture can have a very calming effect on you to help reduce the amount of cortisol your body produces.  Eating correctly will help you reduce the amount of insulin your body produces.

Only by correcting these imbalances will you be able to more readily lose and maintain your weight.

acupuncturist Moonee Ponds

In Chinese medicine you will gain weight and find it difficult to lose if your digestion (your spleen and stomach) isn’t working well.

Signs of your digestion not working well include: bloating, reflux, nausea, constipation or loose stool, fatigue, foggy head and heavy feeling in your body (particularly in the morning when you get up), allergies, low immunity and sweet cravings.

Similarly, there is also an emotional element that contributes to weight gain through comfort eating and binge eating during times of high stress.

We find that when your stomach and spleen don’t work as they should, your body produces a lot of what in Chinese medicine is call Damp. Damp is similar to inflammation in Western medical terms. It causes weight gain and prevents you from losing weight.

The Chinese have known about digestive function, Damp and their effect on weight loss for centuries.

Chinese Medicine Approach to Weight Loss

Many approaches to weight loss are designed to fail. They require special foods or rigorous exercise programs, or both.

We have been doing this for a long-time and like our patients, many celebrities in Australia have turned to Chinese medicine and acupuncture to lose weight quickly and healthily.

In fact, our objective is to also make you much healthier at the same time.

Our Intensive 6 Week program is ideal if you really want to make a difference to how you look and how you feel about yourself.  While you may have short-term weight loss goals, our program will also help you maintain long-term and sustainable weight loss.



Cleansing (2 Weeks)

  • Detoxify and clear inflammation
  • Intermittent fasting
  • Acupuncture support

This stage aims to detoxifies your liver and help clean much of the Damp and inflammation out of your body.

Intermittent fasting is also a significant feature of this stage. Acupuncture helps to control your appetite and keep your energy levels up during this stage.


  1. Full medical assessment by a Doctor of Chinese Medicine including determining with organs and glands are malfunctioning and likely leading to weight gain.
  2. Chinese Medicine Diet resources where we cover all aspects of food 
  3. Two tailored acupuncture treatments
  4. Program materials
  5. Full medical support from a Doctor of Chinese medicine

Program Materials

  • Instructional videos
  • Easy-to-follow handouts
  • Recipe book
  • Lifetime access to the materials


Strengthening (4 Weeks)

  • Strengthen digestion
  • Intermittent fasting
  • Acupuncture support



  1. Four tailored acupuncture treatments
  2. Program materials
  3. Full medical support from a Doctor of Chinese medicine



  • Continue to strengthen digestion & balance your hormones
  • Keep the weight off strategies

This stage continues to strengthen your digestion and balance out your fat-making hormones.

All weight loss treatments are tailored to your circumstances and your weight loss goals so the timing of each stage will be discussed with you at your initial consultation.


  1. Keeping the Weight Off consultation to keep off the weight you’ve lost
  2. All program materials
  3. Full medical support from a Doctor of Chinese Medicine

Book Your Free 15 Minute Acupuncture for Healthy Weight Consultation Today

Ready for a program that approaches weight loss differently?

Ready to look great and feel better?

  • Book a Free 15 Minute Weight Loss Consultation with Dr Sandra
  • Dr Sandra will assess you and advise if she believes she’ll be able to help you lose weight
  • You then decide what you would like to do.  There is no obligation beyond this initial 15 minute appointment – but you will learn something about why you have difficulty maintaining a healthy weight.  

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Evidence of how changes to diet supported by acupuncture may improve insulin sensitivity and weight loss:

Effect of acupuncture and intervention types on weight loss: a systematic review and meta‐analysis


Comparative evaluation of the therapeutic effect of metformin monotherapy with metformin and acupuncture combined therapy on weight loss and insulin sensitivity in diabetic patients.


Is Acupuncture Effective for Improving Insulin Resistance? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis


Acupuncture and weight loss in Asians: A PRISMA-compliant systematic review and meta-analysis.