Lis Rodriguez, RDN
A dietitian who loves plants.
Lis earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Nutrition & Dietetics at The University of Delaware and completed her accredited didactic internship at The Geisinger Medical Center in Pennsylvania. She worked as a clinical dietitian in the hospital setting for the first four years of her career, encountering a broad array of medical conditions.
In 2009, Lis began her private consultation practice: Professional Nutrition Consulting, PLLC. In 2010-2011, she helped launch The Nutritional Research Foundation as the Project Director. Meanwhile she earned certifications in Plant-Based Nutrition from eCornell and became a Nutritional Education Trainer (NET) from the Nutrition Education Institute with an emphasis on the science behind micronutrient rich diets.
Lis has continued to sharpen her skills as a Dietitian in Integrative & Functional Medicine (DIFM) and a Certified Lifestyle Eating and Performance (LEAP) Therapist trained to treat and detect food and chemical sensitivities. Lis has had personal success using the Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS) for limbic impairment recovery by rewiring the brain to heal from extensive food, chemical and environmental sensitivities. She's also worked personally with several Naturopathic Medical Doctors (NMDs) and gained valuable insight from those professionals.
Lis loves going on scenic hikes and trail runs, learning to play piano, and relaxing with her husband. She is grateful for a career where she can use her knowledge to help others to reclaim their health, one tweak at a time.