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Credentialing & Professional Affiliation Sites:

(FDN) Functional Diagnostic Nutrition

(IFM) The Institute for Functional Medicine

(NCCIH) National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health as part of the National Institute of Health (NIH)

Food Enzyme Institute

New York College of Health Professions

Sherman College of Chiropractic

Montreal Gongfu Research Centre

(NIH) The National Institute of Health – Information on Acupuncture

(NCCAOM) National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

(IAMA) International Academy of Medical Acupuncture

(MSA) Michigan Society of Acupuncturists, formerly the Michigan Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAAOM)

(AAAOM) American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

General Resource Sites:
The American Holistic Health Association (AHHA) is a trusted online resource dedicated to educating individuals on the power of the holistic approach. Addressing the prevalence of lifestyle-related disease and the pervasiveness of misinformation, AHHA serves as a free, impartial clearinghouse for locating resources and articles that deliver options to support active self-care and healthy lifestyle change.
The Institute for Traditional Medicine enriches the lives of people seeking traditional medicine knowledge and services by clarifying the nature of traditional medicine and demonstrating how it can be utilized in the modern setting.
MedlinePlus will direct you to information to help answer health questions. MedlinePlus brings together authoritative information from the National Library of Medicine (NIH) and other government agencies and health-related organizations.
Acupuncture Today is a leading provider of acupuncture news, information, and research in the world.

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Websites and Resources related to Enzyme Nutrition

  • University of Michigan Medical School:
    The University of Michigan Integrative Medicine Fellowship is a healing-oriented approach to medical care. Integrative medicine takes into account the whole person (body, mind, spirit and emotion), and also includes all aspects of lifestyle.
  • University of Maryland Medical Center:
    Find medical references for drug related nutrient depletions and other related information from this comprehensive and interactive medical reference which includes more than 50,000 pages of medically-reviewed health content written in consumer-friendly language.
  • Food Enzyme Institute:
    (formerly the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition) By aligning themselves with industry leaders, they provide education and support to further their goals of providing continuing education credits, monthly articles, and post-graduate courses for healthcare practitioners.
  • Enzymedica:
    Dedicated to providing exceptional enzyme-focused supplements at the most therapeutic levels available in the natural foods industry and beyond, they are committed to providing unprecedented education and research that propels individuals on the path to vibrant health.
  • The Weston A. Price Foundation:
    Your source for accurate information on nutrition and health, they are dedicated to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education, research and activism.
  • Triumph Dining Gluten Free Publishing:
    Great guides for gluten free restaurants, groceries, and recipes.
    This website provides a comprehensive resource on Celiac Disease and Gluten-free Diet Information Since 1995.
  • Gluten-Free Living:
    Provides information about the gluten-free diet and lifestyle with their medical advisory board made up of physicians who are experts in treating those with celiac disease and gluten intolerance.

Websites for Women’s Health:

  • Women’s Health Innovation Coalition:
    A coalition of organizations advocating and promoting greater attention, research, and investment in diseases, conditions, and indications that exclusively or predominantly impact women. Understanding that women are biologically different than their male counterparts, has led to the identification of gaps in women’s health outcomes. They have made it a priority to promote greater gender-relevant data transparency to spur innovation and better health outcomes for all.
  • The Fertile Soul:
    The website of The Infertility Cure© and The Fertile Soul™. Dr. Randine Lewis, Ph.D., wrote The Infertility Cure in 2004 as an all natural infertility treatment to support women’s efforts to get pregnant and have healthy babies. Dr. Lewis wrote the book to introduce women around the world to a groundbreaking program using traditional Chinese medicine: on its own or to use along with and optimize the latest Western-based reproductive technology such as IVF or hormone therapy.
  • New Moon Midwifery:
    New Moon Midwifery is a partnership of two midwives who provide prenatal, homebirth, and postpartum care to pregnant women and their families. They believe that, for most women, pregnancy and birth are normal, healthy life processes. They strive to lovingly assist the birthing woman and her family through pregnancy, labor, birth, and postpartum by monitoring and supporting the natural process at home.
  • Fertility Friend:
    An important resource tool for women trying to conceive – Advanced Ovulation Calendar & Fertility Tracker.
  • Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology:
    SART provides informational resources and a forum to explore assisted reproductive technologies. This site also provides a comparison of fertility clinic IVF success rates.
  • Acubalance Wellness Centre:
    Acubalance Wellness Centre is the first Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic in Western Canada entirely dedicated to treating infertility and men’s and women’s reproductive health.
  • the Bump:
    The Bump is general resource website for women are in the process of starting a family as well as in need of support during their pregnancy.