Liz DeJulius is a registered, licensed dietitian nutritionist practicing functional medicine nutrition. In addition to leading group nutrition classes geared toward successful, long-term weight loss, Liz also administers body impedance analysis testing using the InBody 570 and establishes specific weight-management goals for her patients through assessments of body fat, muscle mass, and hydration.
Liz specializes in nutrition interventions to treat autoimmune disease, food sensitivities and allergies, picky eating, and weight management. Using functional medicine approaches, Liz has helped patients of all ages combat intestinal permeability and gut flora imbalances to enjoy a more comfortable, better-nourished life. And her passion for cooking translates to meal recommendations for her patients that are both medically effective and tasty.
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Liz graduated from Miami University with a Bachelor of Science in nutrition and dietetics. She completed her dietetic residency at the Cleveland Clinic where she rotated among specialties that included inpatient neurology, surgical intensive care, and pediatrics, as well as outpatient nutrition, wellness, and functional medicine. Following her residency, Liz worked at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine under the direction of Mark Hyman, MD, and earned a master’s in nutrition education from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.
Liz continues to further her knowledge of functional medicine, through the Institute for Functional Medicine’s advance practice modules and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ dietary practice groups and certification courses. Devoted to a life of wellness, she enjoys cooking and developing recipes, taking hot yoga classes, running, reading, and traveling.