About Elizabeth R. Harrison
Elizabeth R. Harrison is our Board-Certified Clinical Nutritionist. In her late twenties, Elizabeth suffered from debilitating rheumatoid arthritis. After she was told she'd be in a wheelchair by the time she reached her thirties, she started working with a nutritionist, who advised her to have blood and urine analysis tests done to determine her functional immunology and autoimmunity.
Elizabeth has the correct credentials to provide professional nutrition services. She is passionate about educating her clients, listening to her clients, and providing resources and supplements that are necessary to obtain optimal health.
- 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); Elizabeth Pursues Continuing Education With This Organization
- International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists; Elizabeth Receives Continuing Education From This Organization
- Former Member of the Scientific Advisory Council, IAACN
Credentials & Experience
- Licensing & Certifications Are Current
- Nationally Board Certified as a Clinical Nutritionist in 1991
- Certified By the International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists - IAACN Web Link
- Northwest Academy of Preventive Medicine, Bellevue, Washington, 1975-1986
- International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists 1991-present
- Senior Examiner - Greater Austin Quality Council 1996, 1999
- President — Austin Women's Chamber of Commerce of Texas 1991-1993
- Board of Directors — Greater Austin Quality Council 1992-1994
- Board of Directors — Council for Minority & Women-Owned Businesses 1991-1993
- Member — Brattleboro Noontime Rotary Since April 2003
- President — Townshend Business Association Jan. 2007-Dec. 2010
- President — Brattleboro Noontime Rotary 2011-2012
Publications & Lectures
- 1996 — Author-Mentor Training Program for Small Businesses for the Greater Austin Quality Council
- 2000 — Journal of Chiropractic Care, "What Is Good Nutrition"
- 2000 — Austin Community College, Wrote & Taught an Eight-Week Course for Mental Health
- 2000 — Care Givers, "How To Move Mental Health Clients Forward To Achieve Their Potential"
- 1999, 2000, & 2001 — Faculty for the Texas Naturopathic Medical Association, Nutrition for Life in the Fast Lane, Nutrition for Balancing the Body Chemistry, Nutrition for Mental Health Disorders
- 1998 & 1999 — 3M Corporation, Austin, Texas, Employee Wellness Education
- 1999 & 2000 — Sun Harvest Health Food Store, Monthly Lectures On Health Topics
- 2005 — Council on Aging, Springfield, Vermont, "How to Use Supplements"
- 2007 — Key for Women Network Luncheon - Lecture: "Living Well to 100"
- 2013 — Tapestry Program, Rutland School District, "What Is Good Nutrition?"
References Are Available Upon Request
About the History of NES
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, so NES offers individualized programs to help clients enjoy optimal health in the most efficient way possible.
- 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 to Serve the Tri-State Area