here, I do a Google.com web search with the parameters "naturopathic "the run" homeopathic" [without the outside quotes] and report on the results [see 001., below]:
001. the top three first-page hits include:
001.a. the naturopathic practice page of Krudowski, J. (NMD SCNM) who specializes in homeopathy and asks on her home page that "The Run" be supported and on her page "FAQs" [vsc 2011-08-07] states:
"naturopaths experience the same four years of basic bio-medical science training as that of allopathic practice [...] homeopathy is a science."
Note: that's rich. But homeopathy is truly science-demolished. So when is something the same when it is not: naturopathyland.
001.b. the naturopathy proponentry / endorsement page of the American Medical Student Association "Naturopathic Medicine" [vsc 2011-08-07] which states:
"naturopathic physicians (NDs) attend 4 year full-time residential medical schools and are primary care providers trained in conventional medical sciences [...and] homeopathy [...one school being] National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL [...] all licensed NDs must complete four years of graduate medical education at a school accredited by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME) and pass a two-step board examination (similar to USMLE Steps 1 and 2) [called the NPLEX]."
Note: so, I think the obvious claim here is science subset naturopathy subset homeopathy, which is QUITE FALSE. The NPLEX exam mentioned is claimed to be "science" in title on both parts, with the second part including homeopathy -- nonsense on stilts wearing a tuxedo.
001.c. the practice page of Godby, D. (NMD NCNM 2004) and Caban, P. (N NCNM 2005):
NMD Godby is one of the runners for "The Run", which is explained as "moving natural medicine forward."
Note: if you go to the alma mater of these two naturopaths, the school itself clearly states in their 2010-2011 catalog the science-ejected premises that naturopathy is based on WHILE falsely labeling the whole thing objective scientific fact. Forward, these days, is not the progressive advancement of knowledge, apparently, that it used to be. Science has already moved forward, and in the dust, on the trash-heap of the discarded sectarian and whackaloon, lies homeopathy. And naturopathy, in falsely labeling what is HUGELY science-ejected as science -- in a stubborn, absurd, pig-headed manner common to sectarian systems of pseudomedicine -- is actually quite regressive.
this is science by publicity stunt, truly, and nonsense on stilts wearing a tuxedo....running....away from scientific consensus and into its own private Idaho of pseudotherapeutic absurdity.