I have been thinking about what I want to do for a career and am interested in becoming a natropathic doctor. I have researched a little bit and I agree with most of the things they teach. When I was reading about becoming a natropath on yahoo answers there were some very ignorant people saying that natropathic doctors are quacks. This really frustrates me because natropaths have to complete undergrad and go through an intensive medical school like md's. If anyone has any advice about what I need to do to become a natropath I would appreciate it.
Also, if anyone does something similar I am very interested. I'm still in high school and I'm going to job shadow a natropath in my area pretty soon, but I would like to know some other possible careers.