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Nutrition and Chiropractic Go Hand and Hand “Chiropractic is based on the premise that the body is able to achieve and maintain health through its own natural recuperative powers, provided it has a properly functioning nervous system and receives the necessary health maintenance components. These components include adequate nutrition, water, rest, exercise and clean air,” according to the NBCE’s Practice Analysis of Chiropractic 2015.(2)
More than 50 percent of these DCs did not limit their nutritional counseling to patients with musculoskeletal disorders, but additionally addressed coronary artery disease, obesity, diabetes and allergies. DCs indicated a strong interest in increasing their applied clinical knowledge of nutrition through continuing education.(3)
As the demand for natural products rises, doctors of chiropractic (DCs) continue to incorporate nutrition into their practices. In fact, the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners’ (NBCE) Practice Analysis of Chiropractic 2015 indicates that 97 percent of DCs gave nutritional and dietary recommendations, making nutrition a common part of a treatment plan for chiropractic patients.(2) In another study, from 2007, on “nutritional counseling in the chiropractic practice,” 80 percent of chiropractic physicians who responded incorporate some form of nutritional counseling into their practice.(3)
A recent study showed the natural products (i.e., dietary supplements other than vitamins and minerals) remain the most common health approach in the United States, according to the NIH's National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). (1)