Explore the Basics

Addressing the root causes of disease with evidence-based therapies in lifestyle behaviors such as diet, exercise, sleep, social connectivity and stress.

Board Exam

Differentiate yourself with evidence - based practice of Lifestyle interventions and set the global benchmark. Certification is open to physicians, nurses, and other allied health professionals. Testing for 2020 will take place in November.

Health Promotion

ACLM now offers formal review of health promotion and wellness programs seeking the designation of Certified Lifestyle Medicine Program.
CHIP is the inaugural recipient of this honor.

In partnership with WellCoaches

This 18-hour online course provides an in-depth overview of the leading lifestyle medicine topics while supporting coaches in their individual practices or as part of a multidisciplinary team.

Coronavirus and Chronic Disease


Racism and Chronic Disease

 

Telehealth

  • A post from McKinsey estimates that up to $250 billion of the country's current health care spending could be done virtually. About 76 percent of consumers surveyed were highly or moderately likely to use telehealth in the future, and 74 percent of people who had used telehealth reported high satisfaction. About 57 percent of providers said they viewed virtual care more favorably than they did before the pandemic, and 64 percent said they're more comfortable using it. CMS Administrator Seema Verma is in favor of expanding telehealth after the pandemic waivers expire, but there is skepticism in Congress and hearings expected next month.

Behavior Change


Obesity


Lifestyle Research in the News


Antibiotic for superbugs?


Gym Reopening Guidelines

New Cancer Guidelines

 

ACLM addresses the need for quality, evidence-based education and certification in Lifestyle Medicine.
ACLM members are united in their desire to eradicate the root causes of chronic disease.