A branch of the National Institute for Health that focuses on Alternative Medicine. This page is about Acupuncture.
The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
W.H.O. lists the conditions acupuncture has been proved through controlled clinical trials to be effective treatment, as well as those who have shown a significant therapeutic effect.
A monthly journal about East Asian Medicine with a variety of articles and resources.
The Weston A. Price Foundation is dedicated to restoring nutrient dense foods into the diet through education, research and activism. A great resource of articles on nutrition, farming and the healing arts.
A great resource on fermentation.
The work of Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride on the Gut and Psychology Syndrome. A great resource for anyone with chronic digestive disorders, allergies, autism or autoimmune conditions.
The Nutritional Therapy Association is an educational foundation based off the work of nutritional pioneers, Weston A. Price and Dr. Francis M. Pottenger. NTA’s philosophy is that the myriad of health problems plaguing modern society result from weaknesses in the body’s physiological foundations brought on by poor nutrition.
Environment and your health. Also includes skin deep database for cosmetic toxicities, shoppers guide to pesticides in produce, sunscreen safety guide, and cell phone radiation reports.
Deep Nutrition By: Dr. Cate Shanahan
It Starts With Food By: Dallas Hartwig & Melissa Hartwig
Nourishing Traditions By: Sally Fallon
The Web That Has No Weaver, Understanding Chinese Medicine By: Ted Kaptchuk
Omnivores Dilemma By: Michael Pollan
Put Your Heart in Your Mouth By: Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride
Gut and Psychology Syndrome By: Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride
The Wahls Protocol By: Terry Wahls, MD
Wild Fermentation By: Sandor Katz
Why Stomach Acid is Good for You By: Jonathan Wright M.D.