Travels From: Denver, CO.
Topics: Wellness, Productivity, Absenteeism, Health, Diet, Nutrition, Autoimmunity, Inflammation
Things I can't live without: My laptop, a kitchen, creativity
My favorite piece of advice: Nothing will ever change if we don't take that first step down a new path.
Describe yourself in one word: Tenacious
One thing you would like to check off your bucket list? To speak to audiences all over the world!
Things I love: My family, clean food, helping people feel better, being with friends, travel
Inspired by a 1999 diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis, she is an award-winning author, patented inventor, educational entrepreneur, and board-certified naturopath obsessed with the connection between what we eat and how we feel. She shares research from the “Fight MS with Food” project on her healthy eating and natural lifestyle blog, “Effortless Eating”.
Her TEDx talk, titled: “Poisons in Our Everyday Foods,” raises awareness of the dangers in our food supply, and her breakthrough cookbook, Glorious One-Pot Meals: A Revolutionary New Quick and Healthy Approach to Dutch Oven Cooking, is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2019 with more than 60,000 copies sold.
Dr. Yarnell runs a nationwide food sensitivities and dietary therapy clinic and speaks about health, diet, autoimmunity, and inflammation.
The Inflammation Influence: How Hidden Inflammation Affects the Way We Look, Feel, Think, and Act What do brain fog, bowel dysfunction, poor decision-making, and obesity all have in common? They all have chronic low-level inflammation at the root. Imagine what else could be affected by hidden inflammation! Now imagine how removing that inflammation can release energy, focus, mental acuity, and happiness. In this keynote speech Dr. Yarnell examines the causes, indications, and ways to resolve hidden inflammation that anyone can implement.
Nutrition and Autoimmunity: The Diet Connection New research is showing how simple dietary changes can reduce the rogue T-cell activity that leads to autoimmune disorders. Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, and most, if not all, other inflammatory and autoimmune conditions can benefit from reducing inflammation through targeted dietary and lifestyle changes. Dr. Yarnell shares results from her decade of clinical research in her nationwide dietary therapy clinic and gives the audience concrete steps to help the begin avoiding inflammatory triggers immediately.
Five Simple Strategies for Healthy Eating Temptations are all around us, but we are starting to realize the direct connection between what we eat and how we feel. Don’t you wish it were easier to eat healthily? These basic guidelines help audiences make better choices every time they eat.
“Elizabeth’s passion for healthy food is evident… Nutrition and disease prevention is just one of those tools that will help (us) to become successful in life.” - Sasha Gartin, Family and Consumer Sciences