In her late twenties, Elizabeth Harrison suffered from debilitating rheumatoid arthritis. After she was told she’d be in a wheelchair by the time she was in her thirties, she worked with a nutritionist and, using body chemistry balancing, became symptom-free! Liz was so impressed with this process, and so thrilled to once again feel well that she decided to change her career right then and there, and work to help others also become healthy again. Liz became well by changing her diet and her lifestyle, and by taking the right supplements and engaging in exercise. She can do the same for you.
- Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio (now part of Miami University of Ohio) BA Psychology
- Institute of Functional Medicine Gig Harbor, Washington (formerly the Northwest Academy of Preventive Medicine, Bellevue, Washington) and continues to receive continuing education from this organization.
- International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists and continues to receive continuing education from this organization. Board Certified as a Clinical Nutritionist 1991.
- Former Member of the Scientific Advisory Council, IAACN
Nutrition Education services (NES) is dedicated to helping clients understand the importance of body chemistry balancing and proper food intake. Each individual’s body responds and absorbs food differently. NES offers individualized programs to help clients enjoy optimal health in the most efficient way possible.
History of Nutrition Education Services
- 1975 – Nutrition Education Services (NES) founded in Kirkland, Washington
- 1987 – Practice relocated to Austin, Texas.
- 1991 – Board certification obtained by Elizabeth R. Harrison.
- 2002 – NES practice opened in Southern Vermont and the tri-state area.