Thanks for the support. I'm in VA right now. I agree that face to face is more powerful, yet the percent of interested population is low enough that face to face becomes difficult. I might've been biting off more than I can chew asking this, but I still wonder what others do. I guess some may go full-hog and study to be a naturopath. I think I will ponder my options a bit more. For online venues, I do send people to curezone who are serious.
It kind of sucks, because yeah each time I hear people talk about health troubles, I may drop a hint to check for interest but rarely find it. I guess it makes sense; I wasn't until it was made important to me and I had some health troubles that the docs couldn't help with. Had I not been in a corner, I wouldn't have wanted to take my health into my own hands. Why do that? That's why we have doctors; aren't they specialists? I don't expect people to take computer security into their own hands - call the specialist. Of course, now I understand that it is better this way. Inconvenient, but much much better.
I wonder if there's some activism to get involved in, like something to influence school food. America really needs to change so much about the way we see food.
I guess a good group to start would be something like Mom's Advocating Children's Health for Eating.