Biography

i284571214441585799__szw480h1280_French doctor, graduate of the Tours Medical School, Raphael Nogier belongs to a family of doctors. His grandfather Associate Professor Thomas Nogier was one of the pioneers of radium, and was the promoter of electrotherapy. His father Paul Nogier discovered the reflex properties of the pinna and created auriculothérapie.Après several years working with his father, Raphael Nogier participated in the distribution of auriculotherapy. Besides numerous courses around the world, he was rapporteur of the Scientific Group on Standardization of Nomenclature of Acupuncture Points (WHO Geneva 1989) and Chairman of the Working Group on Standardization of the Nomenclature of Ear Points ( WHO Lyon 1990)

Dr Raphaël Nogier was interested in food and mainly to hidden food allergies. In 1994, he published an essay, « The milk that threatens women » where he draws attention to the first probable links between dairy intake and the occurrence of breast cancer. In this essay he notes that women who have not been breastfed as a child, are more commonly affected with breast cancer in adulthood. He also notes that women breast cancer patients experiencing abnormally disgust pure milk. In 1997, in a book « Hidden allergies to breast disease, » he proposes to take into account the food hypersensitivities in epidemiological research on « Breast feeding-cancer ».

Based on studies of Paul Nogier Raphael Nogier published in 2012 an innovative book « custom power » where he describes the RAFT (radial artery test food) a new test to detect hidden food allergies. By taking the radial pulse in search of vascular signal, it seems possible to detect food sensitivities when approach skin food cut into thin slices. This technique, based on the fact that light passing through a biological substance will guarantee a unique spectral activity to this substance. Such a technique that does not require expensive equipment would easily detect food sensitivities in all patients.

Raphaël Nogier is now president of the Lyon Medical Studies Group which has about three hundred doctors turned to clinical medicine. He regularly lectures on diet and auriculotherapy in France but also abroad. It organizes every two years the « Medical Days in September » that bring together French and English doctors willing to learn medical techniques based on clinical examination alone.

Furthermore, Dr. Raphael Nogier is committed to the defense of a respectful Medicine Man and Nature.