June 14, 2017


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We hate to boast, but we think this year was our best conference ever...but you be the judge.

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By Anne Louise Gittleman

Won’t you join me on the frontlines of holistic health?

 I’ve been rewriting the rules of nutrition for over three decades. During that time, I’ve had many challenges because my approach has always been outside of mainstream medicine. Today, however, the tide has turned and more and more people are embracing the power of holistic nutrition to transform their lives. But there is more to be done. The number of people suffering from chronic pain, imbalances, autoimmune diseases, and digestive issues continues to increase.

 The good news is that I have discovered an invaluable resource—an organization comprised of hundreds of holistic nutrition professionals—who follow my same principles and are healing people and making a big impact on those who suffer so much in our country. I want you to know more about this group of game-changers and encourage you to get involved with them, too.

My big discovery came when I was invited to deliver the closing keynote for the annual conference of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. I very quickly realized that these were my people when I posed one of my more “difficult” questions in my speech, a question that many conventional health care practitioners often get wrong. When someone correctly (and in what seemed like lightening-speed) shouted out the correct answer I thought to myself, “Hmm. More people need to know about these folks!”

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Legislative Watch

Senate Bill (SB) 796 is a sunset renewal bill for the California Naturopathic licensure act.

This bill renews the ability for Naturopaths to have a license.

This issue was brought to our attention by an active NANP member. If you know of legislative items that may prevent holistic nutritionists from doing their important work, please send it our way.

Let's BE the change we
want to see!

Click here for a sample letter and legislative contacts.

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By Lucy Karanja, PharmD
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Nearly a decade ago, microbiome researchers began publishing reports suggesting that bacteria in the intestines play a role in glucose metabolism. 

Recent studies support that thesis and provide a basis for use of probiotics as adjunctive treatments for people with type 2 diabetes. 

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