Why is your diet important? Imbalanced diets have been linked with many chronic conditions. Eating the right foods is one of the most important factors to prevent disease and slow down the aging process. Hippocrates’ “Food is Medicine” could not ring more true today.
Dr. Barnett has a long history of utilizing nutrition to address chronic health conditions. During her doctoral studies at Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA, she integrated Nutritional Science with Whole Foods Cooking. She has traveled around the world taking cooking classes. (She herself suffered from multiple food allergies as a young child and into adulthood and has two young children who also suffer from food allergies). During her nearly twenty years of clinical work, she has built up an extensive repertoire of meal-plans, recipes and nutritional protocols for her patients. She also designed and lead 12-week nutrition and fitness programs at a local health club in Seattle. She regularly gives lectures on nutrition throughout the community and makes regular appearances on King 5 NBC news Watch Here.
Dr. Barnett will design a specific nutritional protocol to fit clinical recommendations to match your abilities and lifestyle. She has worked with many different types of chronic conditions. Her approach is clinically-directed, practical and hands-on.