USANA is furthering its commitment to the ongoing exploration of the efficacy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) through a joint research symposium. In partnership with the US Center for Chinese Medicine, the partnership seeks to discover how TCM can complement more prevalent wellness products and practices.
“Our purpose for this symposium was to explore new perspectives for integrating Chinese and Western medicine and evaluate the impact they have on society and the economy,” said Dr. Rob Sinnott, USANA Chief Scientific Officer. “We shared specific research projects that will help develop novel wellness-promoting interventions. Along with myself and USANA’s Director of New Product Research Dr. Jeremy Tian, several USCCM speakers attended the symposium who are some of the most knowledgeable doctors and TCM experts in the world. Our hope is to see the public’s interest in TCM continue to grow.”
The join research symposium is an extension of USANA’s five-year collaboration with the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM), which seeks to bring together scientists and research around both modern nutritional science and TCM while further developing products and protocols that support global health and wellness.