Liz Morgan was my guest recently and we talked about the changing food culture. She is a functional nutritionist specializing in recovery from digestive infections, digestive insufficiency, blood sugar imbalances, liver health, chemical sensitivities, surgery recovery, inflammatory conditions, food sensitivities, chronic pain, sleep, hormonal and thyroid disorders.
Liz is a past environmental lawyer and holds a master’s degree in environmental policy from Vermont Law School where she focused on equitable and secure food systems policy. She holds a BA in anthropology from Colgate University with a focus on ancient food systems and what it takes for cultures to thrive on this earth. She studied functional nutrition with the Nutritional Therapy Association, Restorative Wellness Solutions, and the Kharrazian Institute.
Liz is dedicated to transforming the Food Culture into one that is delicious, decadent, and deeply healing for People + Planet. She guides her clients to embrace wholesome foods to heal their own bodies while also eating responsibly in the era of climate change and biodiversity loss. Liz combines her passion for sustainable food systems with calm, meaningful personal change to help her clients thrive.
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Liz resides in Buena Vista, Colorado and is a yogi, a skier, and always stops to smell the wild roses.