Liz Lipski, PhD – Inter-Individual Response to Diet

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Dr. Liz Lipski, PhD of Maryland University of Integrative Health is on the show to discuss how we can work out what diet works best for us, why we are all different and what common principles we can all use.

Liz Lipski holds a doctorate in Clinical Nutrition, holds three board certifications in clinical nutrition and one in functional medicine. She is currently the Director of Academic Development and on faculty for the graduate programs in Nutrition & Integrative Health at Maryland University of Integrative Health. She is on the editorial board for Brain and Gut, published in peer reviewed journals, and the author of several popular press books.

In This Show We Discuss:

  • How to go about the process of discovering what is right for us.
  • People can react differently to different foods. In the same way people react differently to the same disease!
  • Biochemical individuality
  • Difference between needing a therapeutic diet versus one that just gives optimal health
  • Nutrigenomics, nutrigenetics and genetic testing

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  1. Love the interview! I’ve heard Liz Lipski speak a few times and she always gives great info. A transcript would be awesome 🙂

    1. Thanks Katie! Yeah Liz is awesome! So knowledgeable and a truly genuine person as well.

      I’ve been meaning to have this transcribed. I’ll get that sorted soon.

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