Michio Kushi
Kushi is the recognized leader on diet, health consciousness and the peaceful meeting of East and West. He founded the Kushi Institute in Becket, Mass. to train macrobiotic teachers, counselors and cooks. It is considered the leading macrobiotic educational center in the world. Kushi also founded the One Peaceful World Network for macrobiotic friends, businesses, educational centers and other associations, and is developing a 600-acre One Peaceful World Village. He is the author of numerous books on macrobiotics and health.

Denny Waxman
Waxman is an internationally recognized teacher, counselor and writer on health, natural healing and macrobiotis. Ten years ago, he founded the Strengthening Health Institute in Philadelphia to provide education on a way of life that leads to true health.

T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.
Campbell is one of the country’s leading health researchers and author of the bestseller, “The China Study.” Drawing on years of government-funded research, Campbell’s powerful book shows the link between diet and heart disease, diabetes, cancer and other diseases.

Warren Kramer
Kramer is a macrobiotic educator and health consultant. His classes are held in Brighton, Mass., but Kramer also travels extensively to teach people about the benefits of a macrobiotic diet and macrobiotic cooking.

Michael Rossoff, L.Ac
Rossoff has 35 years of experience in healing through the macrobiotic lifestyle, acupuncture and Oriental medicine. His longevity among proponents of macrobiotics provides a unique perspective on the diet and healing.

Fred Pulver
Pulver is a macrobiotic consultant, educator and writer. He believes that observing the effects of what you eat is the best way to build a healthy diet.

David and Cynthia Briscoe
David Briscoe is one of the most experienced macrobiotic teachers and counselors in the world and has practiced, taught and counseled the macrobiotic lifestyle for more than 35 years. He is an author and regular columnist for Macrobiotics Today. Cynthia Briscoe is a leading macrobiotic cooking instructor and has taught at the Kushi Institute’s summer conference and the French Meadows Summer Camp.

Jessica Porter
Porter teaches cooking at the Five Seasons Whole Foods Cooking School in Portland, Maine, where she lectures on the spiritual and emotional dimensions of macrobiotic practice. She’s also an actress, host of a call-in radio show and hypnotherapist.

Jamie and Kasia Trevena
The Trevenas host a Web site called “The Macrobiotic Guide,” which provides an open forum for a discussion of macrobiotics. The Guide is “leading the way for exploration into new approaches for a healthy and healing macrobiotic lifestyle.”

Alex and Gale Jack
The Jacks have practiced and taught macrobiotics for more than 25 years. Their Web site is based on “The Macrobiotic Path to Total Health” by Michio Kushi and Alex Jack.

Christie Morgan
Morgan, who trained at The Natural Epicurean, offers macrobiotic meal delivery in Los Angeles, cooking classes and Green Lifestyle & Diet consulting.

Jeanne Beveridge and Patrick Grosset
Jeanne Beveridge and Patrick Grosset run 7th Element, which offers a “whole human” approach to wellness in Los Angeles. They cater, offer private chef services and teach how to prepare healthy vegan and macrobiotic meals while also offering instruction in Kundalini yoga.

Gayle Stolove
Stolove, a registered nurse and breast cancer survivor, owns Wholly Macro in Fort Lauderdale, offering gourmet natural foods delivery service, cooking classes, consultations, and shiatsu, based on the principles of macrobiotics.

Milenka Mina Dobic
Dobic, a Kushi Institute graduate, is an international macrobiotic educator and counselor in Carlsbad, Calif. She’s a survivor of stage IV ovarian cancer that had metastasized to her liver, bones and lymph system.

John Kozinski
Kozinski is a senior macrobiotic counselor who teaches around the country. He is a master of all forms of traditional and modern macrobiotic visual diagnosis.

Sara Snow
Snow, a green-living expert, is host of “Get Fresh with Sara Snow,” which airs on the Discovery Health TV channel. The show and Snow’s site highlight products, services and ways to make natural and green living easier and more accessible.

Eric Lechasseur and Sanae Suzuki
Eric Lechasseurr, a renowned gourmet vegan and macrobiotic chef, and his wife Sanae Suzuki, a whole health macrobiotic educator, offer information about their classes and events, books, retreat, natural pet care and much more.

Meredith McCarty
McCarty is a diet counselor and nutrition educator, a macobiotic counselor and vegan cooking instructor. Her Web site is an inspiring resource for anyone who wants help and support for transitioning to a healthy diet.


Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine
The Committee represents leading medical experts on preventive medicine. It conducts clinical studies and encourages high standards for ethics and effectiveness in research.

The Cancer Project
The Cancer Project is a collaborative effort of physicians, researchers and nutritionists conducting clinical research and providing education on the benefits of a healthy diet for cancer prevention and survival.

The site, operated by the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine, provides information for health care professionals and consumers on the role of good nutrition in overall health and the prevention and treatment of specific conditions. It includes answers to nutrition questions, a diet guide and recipes.
This site offers a myriad of resources related to achieving health and happiness.

Breast Cancer
Wendy McCoole started this site as an online diary during her treatment for breast cancer in 2003, sharing her thoughts. The feedback she got led her to createe this supportive site for others.

Healthy-food groups

Organic Consumers Association
The OCA focuses on food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, children’s health, corporate accountability, Fair Trade, environmental sustainability and other key topics to promote the views and protect the interests of consumers interested in organics and social responsibility

Amberwaves is a network of concerned citizens, families, farms and small businesses working to keep brown rice, whole wheat and other essential foods safe from genetic engineering in the interest of the health of society and preservation of the environment.

Many Grains
Many Grains serves those devoted to world peace, environmental stewardship and accessibility to natural and quality foods. The site offers directories, a calendar of events, and classified ads.

Vacations with Macrobiotic Food

Robert and Christina Pirello
Christina Pirello was diagnosed with leukemia at 26 and embarked on a macrobiotic diet that led her to a clean bill of health. She is the author of four books on macrobiotics and health and her husband, Robert Pirello, is the author of a book on using diet to prevent or cure osteoporosis. The Pirellos also lead trips abroad where they and their guests learn how to integrate the cooking of the cultures they visit into a healthy diet.

A Taste of Health, Vacations With A Purpose
A Taste of Health organizes food festivals with cooking classes, presentations on nutrition and healthy food products and books for sale. With Vegetarian Times, A Taste of Health also runs cruises with experts and workshops on holistic living and natural health.

Macrobiotic & Whole Foods Education

The Kushi Institute
Founded by Michio Kushi, the Institute in Becket, Mass., is the leading macrobiotic educational center in the world. Students attend residential-style programs on the macrobiotic approach to health and healing.

Institute of Integrative Nutrition
The Institute, in New York City, teaches a wide array of different dietary approaches, including macrobiotics.

Great Life Global
Great Life Global in Asheville, N.C., run by macrobiotic experts Lino and Jane Quincannon-Stanchich (and Sean DiMaria), brings natural health education to the global community … “in order to increase health and happiness” … and “eliminate diseases of body, mind and spirit.”

The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts
The academy, in Austin, Texas, offers classes in healthy vegan and vegetarian macrobiotic cuisine and draws on some of the country’s leading macrobiotic health consultants for guest lectures and seminars.

Preventive Medicine Center
The center, in Hartford, Conn., offers information on conventional, alternative and complementary medicines, advice on macrobiotics, cooking classes, and lectures.

The Rice House
Sheldon and Ginat Rice, longtime macrobiotic practitioners, have a consulting practice in Jerusalem, Israel, offering macrobiotics, numerology, nine star ki, shiatsu and palmistry services and courses.