Oct. 19, 2016 | The Oregonian

Columnist Samantha Swindler joins NUNM at Coffee Creek Prison to experience a FAME workshop with inmates eager to change their lives: “Food as medicine, and a fresh start.”

May 10, 2016 | Food as Medicine: A Documentary Film

“Food As Medicine” is a This As That Production film production featuring NCNM that follows the growing movement of using food to heal chronic illness and disease. Food As Medicine documents the journey of food, health, community and hope. Coming Summer 2016!

Cooking with Salmon

Looking for a flavorful and easy-to-make salmon recipe? Not only is this dish delicious–the ingredients are good for you, too! Presented by NCNM Food as Medicine’s Dr. Julie Briley, with Chef Al Rosas, with thanks to Dr. Cory Szybala of EQ Health.  

Vitamix Blend-It Competition

As a special opportunity during the 3rd Annual Food as Medicine Symposium, Vitamix stepped up to offer a YouTube Blending Competition including a grand prize scholarship of $1,000 and 3 Vitamix machines for the top 3 entries. All winners received a new Vitamix as well as scholarship prizes… leading up to a live-blending competition to …

NCNM’s Food as Medicine Institute Symposium Feb. 13-14

Speakers Include Author & Nutritionist Sally Fallon & Dr. Kent Thornburg, OHSU PORTLAND, Ore. (Feb. 3, 2016)—The Food as Medicine Institute at the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) will host its third annual Food As Medicine Symposium on Feb.13-14, offering continuing education lectures for healthcare providers and seminars for the general public. The line-up …

Portland Tribune

Dr. Courtney Jackson, Food as Medicine Institute, is interviewed in an article about a new partnership between Zenger Farm, Multnomah County Health Department and NCNM: “Prescription food: Veggies make house calls.” October 28, 2014

Food as Medicine Symposium News

March 18, 2014 Bob’s Red Mill blog features a post on the upcoming “Food as Medicine Symposium: April 5-6, Portland.”

KATU TV-Protest grow over yoga-mat chemical’s use in bread

March 11, 2014, KATU TV News A news segment on KATU features Dr. Andrew Erlandsen, the chair of NCNM’s Master of Nutrition program, for nutrition advice as it investigates the use of the chemical azodibicarbonamide in “Protests grow over yoga-mat chemical’s use in bread.” View the video.

NCNM Announces Food as Medicine Institute

New Organization to Focus on Community Nutrition Education PORTLAND, Ore. (March 4, 2014)—National College of Natural Medicine today announced the formation of the Food as Medicine Institute (FAMI), the latest in its line-up of community-education initiatives. The institute’s mission is to provide nutrition education for healthcare professionals and the general public. FAMI will offer a …