Good nutrition is vital to optimal well-being. Nutrition is one of the most influential determinants of health and wellness, as well as the prevention and treatment of disease.
Here at SoulScience, we use an integrative and functional approach to address the root cause. We focus on the importance of high quality, nutrient-dense foods and lifestyle factors to address imbalances within the body, to allow individuals to improve their health.
Emerging science is very clear that food is a powerful influence on health. Food offers not only the calories that fuel our body’s metabolism, but it also contains many diverse components that greatly influences all of our body systems. Poor-quality food can influence or create disease, and high-quality food can prevent or reverse disease and sustain health.
In a very real sense, food is medicine.
Meet our Clinical Nutritionist
Lori Fish Bard, MS, HHC, is a clinical nutritionist and board-certified integrative health counselor who works with men, women, and families to provide a personalized, highly supportive blueprint to help them identify and accomplish their health goals. Lori uses a holistic, functional and integrative approach to help develop sustainable habits to live a healthy, nourished and balanced life. Her interests include digestive health, metabolic syndrome, chronic conditions and food allergies.
Lori offers individual nutrition coaching, group coaching programs, seasonal cleanses, cooking demonstrations and wellness workshops. Through all of these platforms, Lori loves sharing the gift of improved health with her clients.
Lori received her Master of Science in Nutrition & Integrative Health from the Maryland University for Integrative Health. She received her training and certification in integrative health coaching from the internationally recognized training program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. She is a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP) and a member of the International Association for Health Coaches (IAHC).
Lori has been featured in the Washington Post Express and Delight Gluten Free, a magazine for those with gluten intolerance and food allergies. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Celiac Disease Program at Children’s National in Washington, DC.
She is the mother of three children, ages 19, 16, and 12, and lives in Bethesda, Maryland. For more information about Lori, please visit her website at www.healthyheartbeet.com.
"Food For Thought" Series
Food for Thought is our weekly video series that was launched during the Covid-19 quarantine. Each week, Lori addresses a different topic about how nutrition and lifestyle play an important role in living a healthy life right from her very own kitchen. Our goal is to educate, empower and inspire you to take control of your health.
If you have topics that you'd like Lori to discuss, please let us know.
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