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Integrative Health Journals for DIFM Members

In addition, Innovision Publishing will offer DIFM members an opportunity to purchase print subscriptions.

DIFM has selected several nonprofit organizations that provide educational opportunities and additional member benefits for Integrative Nutrition RDNs.

American Botanical Council

ABC is an independent resource and information clearinghouse on the topic of herbal medicine. ABC’s Mission: To provide education using science-based and traditional information to promote the responsible use of herbal medicine to consumers, health care professionals, government agencies, the herbal products industry, and the media.

Member Benefits offered by the American Botanical Council:

  • 50% off ABC membership including:
  • HerbalGram online
  • ABC information sheets
  • HerbClip online

Click here to access the link for ABC membership.

Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine

The Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine is leading the transformation of healthcare by training a new generation of health professionals and by empowering individuals and communities to optimize health and wellbeing through evidence-based, sustainable, integrative approaches. Innovative online learning opportunities are available to a wide range of health professions and our partnership with DIFM includes a great member benefit!

Take 50% off any of AWCIM’s online courses. Use the members-only promotional code DIFMDPG when enrolling for huge savings on courses from the leader in integrative health education. More info at

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) was founded in 1991 by James S. Gordon, M.D., a professor of psychiatry and family medicine at Georgetown University Medical School and former chairman of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy, under Presidents Clinton and G.W. Bush. In the years since then, CMBM has become a worldwide leader in making self-care, group support, and community-building central to all healthcare, the training of health professionals, and the education of children. CMBM has focused on providing innovative solutions to some of the world’s most intractable and complex psychological and physical problems.

CMBM Mission:  To make self-awareness, self-care, and group support central to all healthcare; the training of health professionals; and the education of our children.
Learn more about the CMBM Professional Training Programs

CMBM provides DIFM members with the following benefits:

  • Webinars  by Food As Medicine Faculty
  • Keep up with The Center for Mind-Body Medicine by checking out our calendar of events at

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine is pleased to extend a 10% discount to DIFM members.   Please email to take advantage of these savings!

The Institute for Functional Medicine

We believe good health and vitality are essential to the human spirit. Functional medicine is a personalized, systems-oriented model that empowers patients and practitioners to achieve the highest expression of health by working in collaboration to address the underlying cause of disease. The main objective of The Institute for Functional Medicine is to reverse today’s epidemic of chronic disease through education, research, and collaboration. The primary drivers of the chronic disease epidemic are the complex daily interactions among an individual’s genetics, environment, and lifestyle choices. Functional medicine addresses these underlying causes of disease and equips healthcare practitioners to help their patients manage this complex, interconnected web. IFM provides DIFM members with:

  • IFM Membership discounted rate includes an online resource, the IFM Clinical Practice Toolkit, and the opportunity to interact with other functional medicine practitioners on the IFM Forum.
  • DIFM members, please call 253-661-3010. Please have your Academy membership number available, so we can confirm your DIFM membership.

International Society of Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics (ISNN)

Mission: To serve as a focus for communication among interested scientists working in several disciplines (including nutrition, genetics, cellular and molecular biology, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, clinical medicine, and public health) studying the role of genetic variation and dietary response and the role of nutrients in gene expression. The ISNN was established in 2005 under the Presidency of Artemis P. Simopoulos, MD (USA) to increase the understanding of the role of genetic variation and dietary response and the role of nutrients in gene expression. This purpose is pursued through research and education of professionals and the general public.

ISNN offers the following benefits to DIFM members:

A 40% discount for all DPG members on ISNN membership, which includes:

  • includes a subscription to Lifestyle Genomics
  • access to the extensive database at
  • Webinar offerings in collaboration with ISNN and the Research DPG

  • Click here to access the link for ISSN membership.

University of Kansas Medical Center, Dietetics and Integrative Medicine Graduate Certificate

Non-degree Online Graduate Dietetics and Integrative Medicine (DIM) 12-hour Certificate: Four Online graduate classes of 3 credits/semester over one year: Introduction to DIM, Inflammation and Immune Regulation, Dietary and Herbal Supplements, Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics in Health and Disease. Prerequisite: B.S.; Prerequisite or concurrent: genetics; or by approval of instructor.
Fee:  in-state tuition rates plus e-learning fee.

Dietetic Internship Fellowship and MS in Dietetics & Nutrition with Integrative Nutrition emphasis: An onsite program for candidates having completed a BS including pre-requisites for an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics approved dietetic internship. The goal is to provide experience in integrative medicine and create a nutrition professional knowledgeable in integrative and functional nutrition care to function as a skilled practitioner and member of multidisciplinary and integrative patient care teams. Two students are selected as Dietetic and Integrative Medicine Awardees and receive an intensive experience working with integrative nutrition RDNs within the community and a stipend to enhance learning in this area.

In-state tuition (plus e-learning fee) for KUMC Dietetics and Integrative Medicine Certificate classes (4 – 3 hr graduate semester classes)

  • Access to additional nutrition-based webinars/presentations on KUMC DN website
  • KUMC Publication: Dietetics and Integrative Medicine: Curriculum Development Model (2016) Available on – Kindle, and Paperback published Oct 2016 to support all IFMNT educational programs to provide a proven-model to adapt to any program teaching IFMNT principles