Our environment grows increasingly toxic every day - toxins are simply everywhere - in our food, water, air, clothes and cleaning products. Ca. 80,000 man-made chemicals have invaded our planet; not to mention electromagnetic pollution and the psychoemotional stresses of modern society. In short, our bodies face an unprecedented toxic burden.

With new challenges, come new paradigms.

Just as "conventional" medicine stepped to the plate to help battle infectious disease, so now bioregulatory medicine is leading the charge with chronic illness - including cancer, diabetes, and autism - all of which have reached epidemic proportions.

Bioregulatory medicine looks to both “traditional” medical systems (e.g., Asian medicine and Ayurvedic medicine), as well as to  innovative, cutting-edge technologies being advanced today. It is with great respect for evidence-based knowledge that we seek to offer solutions to our modern problems.


The Bioregulatory Medicine Institute (BRMI) was founded in 2017 as a noncommercial institute to promote the science and art of biological regulatory ("bioregulatory") medicine, and to increase public knowledge and integration of bioregulatory medicine as a wholistic and evidence-based medical system. While it receives its non-profit status from the Marion Institute, it is independently funded to operate as a noncommercial and trusted source of unbiased, unfiltered information.

BRMI seeks to provide a global network for practitioners, clinics and organizations around the world to share their ongoing research and best practices.


BRMI has created an open-source, searchable, and ever-growing database on all subjects associated with bioregulatory medicine. In addition to its multimedia archive, BRMI also promotes the global advancement and cross-cultural perspectives of bioregulatory medicine through e-Journals, training modules and books. BRMI hosts conferences and webinars to introduce participants to the fundamental principles, diagnostics and therapeutics of bioregulatory medicine.

If you have research or resources to share, please reach out to us - our virtual library is always open.

After all, we're all in this together.