is one of the largest academic specialty councils of the ACA. It was founded with the purpose of promoting the orderly advancement of chiropractic as a science and healing art.
It assists and cooperates with the parent organization to gather, correlate and disseminate knowledge and information concerning the use of nutrition in the practice of chiropractic. All our efforts are directed toward the benefit of our members, the profession and the public.
The newsletter serves as a forum for new products, ideas and dialog. It helps to keep members abreast of current trends -- political, legislative and educational. Do you have an article you'd like us to publish. Click here to download our guide with instructions on How To Write Articles.
The Council serves as a consultant to the profession and public, including state peer review committees, third party organizations and government bodies.
The applicant must hold the degree of Doctor of Chiropractic. In addition, he or she must show evidence of having completed at least three (300) hours of postgraduate study in nutrition sponsored by a college holding status with an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, or an agency having a reciprocal agreement with the recognized agency or having completed a residency under the auspices of a college having status with an accrediting agency recognized by the U. S. Department of Education, or an agency having a recognized agreement with the recognized agency. The course offering must be presented based on a syllabus prescribed by the school. The applicant must be licensed to practice chiropractic.