Partners

The Alliance in our name is really important to us - and to our mission. As a non-profit alliance of interests who share a common vision and mission, we value partnerships and collaborations with a diverse range of organisations, groups and individuals.

We are able to represent the interests of a diverse cross-section of natural health interests at an international level.

Since our inception on 2002, we've been building strategic relationships and collaborative links with different groups, which include practitioner and other natural health organisations around the world.

There is great strength to be gained in numbers, and working cooperatively as a united effort offers the best chance of change.

We believe that if a concerted, international effort to maintain personal and scientific freedoms, resist regulatory and other such pressures is not made now and in the coming months, access to natural health and information that supports it will further eroded. Those with whom we have strategic partnerships support the mission and vision of ANH, and have indicated interest in inclusion with projects and campaigns.

Please contact us by email ([email protected]) if you are interested in learning more about becoming an ANH-Intl Partner.

  • Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health (ACIMH), Australasia – The Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization with a current membership of over 70 highly esteemed academic medical centers and affiliate institutions. The mission of the Consortium is to advance the principles and practices of integrative healthcare within academic institutions. The Consortium provides its institutional membership with a community of support for its academic missions and a collective voice for influencing change.
  • The Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP), UK – The ANP is a professional Association representing Naturopathic Therapists. The primary function of the ANP is to assist its members in maintaining the highest standard of competence. It offers a wide range of benefits to its members. The ANP is internationally connected and in touch with the politics of health and the safeguarding of natural therapies. All ANP members have had to have undertaken an accredited course and abide to the ANP code of ethics to be accepted into the association.
  • Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM), Australasia – The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) is a non-profit medical college established in 1982, offering postgraduate training and education for doctors and other graduate healthcare professionals.
  • Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA), Australasia – The Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA) is the peak medical body representing the doctors and other health care professionals who practice integrative medicine. AIMA is an independent not-for-profit organisation supported by its membership and governed by a volunteer board.
  • British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT), UK – The British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) is a professional body for Registered Nutrition Practitioners. Its primary function is to assist its members in attaining the highest standards of integrity, knowledge, competence and professional practice, in order to protect the client’s interests, nutritional therapy and the Registered Nutrition Practitioners. BANT offers a wide range of benefits to student and full members and has its finger on the pulse for any changes or new developments within this dynamic profession.
  • British Society for Ecological Medicine (BSEM), UK – The BSEM has existed as a professional body since 1983 and has made a major contribution to the integration of ecological principles into mainstream medicine in the UK. BSEM continues to promote education, research & collaboration.
  • The Complementary Medical Association (CMA), UK – The Complementary Medical Association's (The CMA) primary aim is to promote ethical, responsible, professional complementary medicine to the public and the medical profession.
  • Dansk Selskab for Orthomolekylaer Medicin (DSOM), Denmark – The Danish Society for Orthomolecular Medicine is an association of approx. 80 doctors, dentists and other academics with special relation to health sciences. Our goal is to promote health by strengthening the body's healing properties.
  • Eurama European Ayurveda Medical Association (EURAMA), Austria – EURAMA represents a European joint venture to unite all existing Ayurvedic Doctors Associations fostering the application of Ayurveda at a high quality standard. EURAMA is a steadily growing network for the exchange of information and experience of ayurvedic experts in Europe. EURAMA's aim is to promote and spread Ayurveda in Europe.
  • The General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN), UK – The GCRN is the largest and oldest (we can trace our roots back to 1920) registering body for practitioners of Naturopathy in the UK. We were the first and largest registering body for Naturopaths in the UK. We play an active role on the world stage; the GCRN are full members of the World Naturopathic Federation, representing the highest standards in naturopathy in the UK.
  • Irish Institute of Nutrition & Health (IINH), Ireland – IINH was the first college in Ireland with accredited training programmes in both Nutritional Therapy and Nutrition & Health Coaching. Our purpose at IINH has always been to empower students with practical nutrition knowledge and skills to achieve sound health – and then train them to help others on the same path.
  • The General Naturopathic Council (GNC), UK – The General Naturopathic Council (GNC) is the regulator for Naturopathy in the UK. GNC is the body that ensures Naturopaths have completed this standard of training and agree to abide by a strict code of conduct and ethics.
  • Maatschappij ter Bevordering van de Orthomoleculaire Geneeskunde – Working jointly on the recognition of Orthomolecular Medicine. As MBOG, we stand up for the interests of doctors and therapists and provide patient information. We have various working groups that are involved in this.
  • Näringsmedicinska Terapeutförbundet (NMTF), Sweden – NMTF is a professional association for therapists who work with tailored diet and nutritional supplements in their treatment, hereinafter called nutritional medicine.
  • Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA) – The role of the NNA is to support naturopathic nutrition in order to protect the safety and well-being of the public, and to provide the public with a Register of professionally trained, capable and insured Naturopathic Nutritional Therapists and Nutritional Therapists. We strive to maintain the highest possible educational and professional standards and have developed core elements to set minimum training standards.
  • Nutritional Therapists of Ireland (NTOI), Ireland – NTOI (Nutritional Therapists of Ireland) is the professional association supporting qualified Nutritional Therapists in Ireland.
  • Ortho Linea Opleidingsinstituut Orthomoleculaire Geneeskunde, Netherlands – Ortho Linea was founded in 2006 to provide independent evidence-based training in orthomolecular medicine.
  • Orthomolecular Nutrition Laboratory, KYB Club, Japan – Since 1984, the vision of Dr. Masatoshi Kaneko has nurtured the growth of the KYB Club in Japan. His goal is to provide the public with valid scientific information on the proper use of nutritional supplements and to promote a healthier nation. Affiliated with orthomolecular pioneers Linus Pauling and Abram Hoffer, the KYB Club today now represents over 30,000 professional clinicians, registered dietitians and orthomolecular medical nutritionists all over Japan, and encompasses the Orthomolecular Nutrition Laboratory, the KYB Medical Services and Clinic, and the non-profit Orthomolecular Medical Nutrition and Associates.
  • Persatuan Perubatan Integratif Malaysia (Association of Integrative Medicine Malaysia or AIMM), Malaysia – The Association of Integrative Medicine Malaysia (AIMM) was set up to integrate allopathic and non-allopathic medical practitioners to offer apt solutions for today's and future healthcare challenges. AIMM strives to continuously raise the standards offered and to deliver a unified system in every possible way to benefit its members and patients. It brings the best of Malaysian professionals in every related field to the world and the world to them, so that together, through this global and local networking, we will be more effective and efficient in our mission as a united force.
  • The South African Society of Integrative Medicine (SASIM), South Africa – SASIM is a non-profit network of medical practitioners who support the practice of Functional and Integrative Medicine (IM). We exist to support like-minded health care providers in sharing knowledge, research and best-practices. We promote IM nationally by facilitating the advancement of science and research and providing advice on new policy. SASIM also provides the public with a national database of practitioners and helps to educate the general community on all matters regarding integrative medicine.
  • The Traditional & Natural Health Alliance (TNHA), South Africa – The TNHA is focused on identifying and responding to threats facing the traditional and natural health product sector. In essence, the TNHA will act as an industry watchdog and as a social catalyst to bring about fair, transparent and appropriate regulations for Traditional & Natural Health Products.