Liz DeJulius is a Registered, Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist specializing in Functional Medicine Nutrition. Originally from Cleveland, OH, Liz attended Miami University where she graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics. She went on to complete a 45-week accredited dietetic internship at the Cleveland Clinic where she rotated in specialties including inpatient neurology, SICU, and pediatrics as well as outpatient nutrition, wellness and functional medicine. After successful completion of the dietetic internship, Liz began working at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine under Dr. Mark Hyman. She also obtained her Master’s in Nutrition Education August 2017. Liz is continuously educating herself on 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.
Liz specializes in providing nutrition interventions to treat autoimmune disease, food sensitivities and allergies, picky eating, and weight management. Through functional medicine approaches, Liz has been able to successfully help patients of all ages combat problems such as intestinal permeability and gut flora imbalances to begin a more comfortable, nourished life. With a personal interest in culinary knowledge, Liz provides meal plans that are medically effective and taste good.
She is devoted to a life of wellness as she enjoys cooking and recipe development, teaching barre fitness classes, reading and traveling.