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Here you can find all of our best-recommended resources to give you a long and healthy life!

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Environmental Working Group – ewg.org – Food & Water, Farming & Agriculture, Personal Care Products, Household & Consumer Products, Energy, Family Health, Toxic Chemicals, Regional Issues

Greening your home – greenamerica.org/green-your-home – Easy to read tips on how to make your life greener

Food

Local Harvest – localharvest.org – Local community-supported agriculture

Organic Consumers Association – organicconsumers.org

Beyond Pesticides – beyondpesticides.org

My Food Data – tools.myfooddata.com – Lots of great tools for comparing one food to another, calculating Amino Acids to make sure you are getting what you need, Discover which food are high or low in certain nutrients, and more!

Cancer

Dr. Nasha Winters – https://www.drnasha.com – Metabolic Approach to Cancer

Electromagnetic Radiation / EMF Safety

Physicians Initiative for Radiation and Environment – https://phiremedical.org – education and advocacy.

Physicians for Safe Technology – https://mdsafetech.org – Making sure that technology serves our needs without undermining our physical, psychosocial, or environmental health.

Worker’s Health

United Nations Human Rights Protection of workers exposed to hazardous substances – https://undocs.org/A/HRC/RES/42/21

US Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – https://www.osha.gov/

Become a Naturopathic Doctor

A licensed naturopathic physician (ND) attends a four-year, accredited, graduate-level naturopathic medical school and is educated in all of the same biomedical sciences as an MD. In addition to medical and clinical sciences, naturopathic education incorporates natural and nontoxic treatments with a strong emphasis on disease prevention and optimizing wellness. Naturopathic medical education incorporates the standard medical curriculum, in addition to an emphasis on clinical nutrition, physical medicine, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, psychology, and counseling. A naturopathic physician takes rigorous professional board exams so that they may be licensed by a state or jurisdiction as a primary care general practice physician.

Please see the list of accredited naturopathic schools in the United States and Canada below:

Accredited Naturopathic Schools

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences (https://www.scnm.edu)

Bastyr University (https://bastyr.edu)

Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (http://www.ccnm.edu/)

National University of Natural Medicine (http://nunm.edu)

National University of Health Sciences (https://www.nuhs.edu)

University of Bridgeport, CT Naturopathic Medicine College – After many years of graduating excellent Naturopathic doctors, the University of Bridgeport, CT Naturopathic Medicine College has closed. For further resources, please see: https://www.bridgeport.edu/ub-clinics/naturopathic

To find out more about Naturopathic Medicine Professional Education, please visit the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, (https://naturopathic.org/page/Education) the national professional society representing licensed naturopathic doctors, naturopathic medicine students, and other healthcare professionals allied with the naturopathic profession.

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