About Liz Brown Morgan, MA, FNTP, RWP, JD
Liz Morgan is a functional nutritionist specializing in recovery from digestive infections, digestive insufficiency, blood sugar imbalances, liver health, inflammation, food sensitivities, chronic pain, and sleep, hormonal and thyroid disorders.
Liz is a past environmental lawyer, and holds a masters degree in environmental policy from Vermont Law School where she focused on equitable and secure food systems policy. She holds a BA in anthropology from Colgate University with a focus on ancient food systems and what it takes for cultures to thrive on this earth.
Liz has studied functional nutrition with the Nutritional Therapy Association, Restorative Wellness Solutions and the Kharrazian Institute. She is actively involved in the RWS mastermind group. She also created and regularly meets with her functional nutrition practice group to best support her clients.
Liz is a wild foods enthusiast and is the author of the Falcon guide on foraging for wild edible plants in the Rocky Mountains. Liz was a wilderness guide for 15 years and helped people access their deep connection to nature.
She is a member of the Alliance Center's Regenerative Recovery Coalition, Regenerative Food System Working Group.
Liz is dedicated to transforming the food culture into one that makes people and ecosystems vibrant and healthy. She guides her clients to embrace the decadence and deliciousness of wholesome foods to heal their own bodies while also eating responsibly in the era of climate change. Liz combines her passion for sustainable food systems with calm, meaningful personal change to help her clients thrive.
Liz resides in Buena Vista, Colorado and is a yogi, a skier and always stops to smell the wild roses.
Liz's Personal Healing Journey
Liz almost died just days after she was born. She contracted several life threatening infections at the hospital. Her left leg was swollen larger than her head due to one infection, and the doctors decided each hour if it needed to be amputated. After bombarding little baby Liz with endless rounds of antibiotics, she finally recovered and survived.
However, Liz was never given any specific strategies to recover from this traumatic start to life and her digestive system was severely damaged due to the massive doses of antibiotics. She lived in perpetual stress after such a traumatic start to life.
These issues spiraled into worse health problems over the years but Liz was never able to find the right help to restore her body to a place of stability and balance. She lived in a state of exhaustion, pain, stress and anxiety for much of her life. Doctors told her she was fine even though she never felt that was true.
Finally, after learning to heal herself using the profound investigation and healing tools of functional nutrition, Liz experienced a new lease on life in her 40s.
She no longer gets hives after every meal. She no longer wakes up in the middle of night unable to breathe. She no longer wakes up with a belly ache every morning. Her joint pain has subsided significantly. Athletic stamina has improved and with less painful joints, she can go even backpacking! Liz's memory and concentration is better in her 40s than ever in her life. Hormonal fluctuations no longer cause pain or mood swings. She's not hungry all the time. She's not binging uncontrollably on sugar every night. She is not drawn to alcohol as before. She sleeps more deeply, thinks more clearly and truly gained more confidence and a new lease on life.
Because she has personally experienced the immense benefits of better health, Liz is passionate about helping others identify the real imbalances in their bodies and finding ways to heal earlier in life rather than later.