A network of concerned friends, families, farms, and communities devoted to preserving natural and organic rice, wheat, and other essential foods from the hazards of genetic engineering (GE). Note: This website is best viewed with the Firefox Web browser, which is a free download from mozilla.com
This site contains general information, as well as a listing of practitioners by city and state.
The American Botanical Council is a non-profit, which provides information on herbal remedies and phytomedicinals. It has an impressive book catalog, information on the Council’s research projects, and the scientific publication, HerbalGram.
A resource for macrobiotics, based in the United Kingdom. Bonnie Kramer and Dr. Silverstein, members of our PMC staff, are featured on this site along with many other people from all over the world who have changed their lives through the macrobiotic lifestyle.
The Connecticut Holistic Health Association is a group of healthcare professionals and supporters who unite to promote, educate, and support the practice and philosophy of holistic healthcare.
The Dean Ornish, MD Lifestyle Program is the first to offer documented proof that heart disease can be halted, or even reversed, with lifestyle changes. This website also provides a variety of links to health related information.
Founded by John Robbins, author of the classic book: Diet for a New America, EarthSave International educates people about the powerful effects our food choices have on the environment, our health and all life on Earth, and encourages a shift toward a healthy, plant-based diet.
Founded in 1986, ISHIB’s rich history reflects the Society’s determination to make a difference in ethnic minority health disparities.
“Our mission is education. Through this website, we wish to educate you about macrobiotics, what it has done for others, and how it can benefit you. We provide articles written by experts and survivors on the health benefits of the macrobiotic way of life.”
Dr. John McDougall believes that people should look and feel great, and enjoy optimal health for a lifetime. The founder of The McDougall Plan for healthy living, he has been studying and writing about the effects of nutrition on disease for over 20 years. He offers free online subscription to an excellent newsletter that covers a broad area of health issues.
This is a link to one of the better medical information and patient education sites.
RACT is a professional association dedicated to excellence in the field of Reflexology. This website provides information for the community at large, as well as support to association members. RACT provides members and other interested benefactors continuing education workshops and credits, practitioner referral listings for a reflexologist in many CT areas, a calendar of events regarding reflexology, quarterly open general meetings with guest speakers, quarterly email newsletters and monthly foot notes updates.
The NCCAM is a component of the The National Institutes of Health. The site provides information regarding alternative healthcare modalities and provides access to sites such as the The National Women’s Health Information Center.
The National Center for Homeopathy includes an information packet with a directory, which is available for a fee.
The National Library of Medicine provides health information to the public and medical professionals.