I once read an article in readers digest by a Medical Doctor, debunking reflexology or Zone Therapy as a viable treatment for chronic and acute ailments. I was shocked at the time because my experience at that point was success 100% of the time. As I read, I realized that this Doctor had not only not tested it himself but had not done any viable interviews with anyone that had been treated. Your article is reminiscent of that one. Though I am unfamiliar with NAET It appears that you are too. I suggest you not brush it off as snake oil without further objective research. Testimonials of real lasting results do matter. That is how double blind studies get recognition. Chiropractics was considered quackery not so long ago.