Liz is available for podcast interviews, webinars, conferences and workshops. Liz is based in central Colorado but is happy to travel for speaking engagements.

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Podcast Guest & Speaker

Liz loves to share her vision for a world where the food culture is transformed to heal the people and the planet. The food system can and should be delicious, decadent and make people and ecosystems vibrant and healthy. Based on her experience as a functional nutritionist, a nature lover, a wild foods enthusiast, a yoga, an avid outdoorswoman, an active member of the regenerative farming movement, and an environmental lawyer, Liz talks about how to restore our proper relationship with food, our bodies and the earth, through wise food choices in order to heal ourselves and the planet. 

Short Bio

Liz Morgan is a Food Culture Transitionista working to transform the food culture into one that deeply heals people and planet. Liz is a Functional Nutritionist, and supports her clients to rise above the food fad frenzy and become more wise and loving caretakers of their own bodies and the earth. She specializes in digestion, liver health, blood sugar imbalances, inflammation, food sensitivities, chronic pain, sleep, and thyroid disorders. Liz is a past environmental lawyer, holds a masters degree in environmental policy, and is the author of the Falcon Guide on foraging for wild edible plants in the Rocky Mountains. Connect with Liz at

Long Bio

As a Food Culture Transitionista, Liz Morgan expertly harnesses the inherent power of wholesome foods to deeply heal humans and the planet. She helps individuals and organizations restore and celebrate our built in, tantalizing connection to the hospitality of the earth.

Liz believes the essential role of humans is to tend the life of planet earth with love and compassion, and that our culture has gotten dangerously far from this duty. When our culture comes into alignment with this path, humans will be healthier, happier and able to restore and regenerate the earth’s ecosystems.

Liz guides us all to become more wise and loving caretakers of our own bodies and the earth. Liz’s vision for a new culture of resilience, regeneration and wholesome nourishment will reduce the existential climate crisis and culture of brutality so many of us currently struggle to navigate.

After 6 years as a functional nutritionist, Liz realized that the biggest barrier to her clients’ health and recovery was the food culture they live in. Liz’s work is to transform the food culture to one that supports and celebrates human and ecosystem health so that we humans don't have to battle our cultural norms simply to eat!

She trains people to participate in the food culture transformation by moving from consumer > to customer > to leader > to wise elder. As wise elders, we can pass on a functioning food culture to the generations that is filled with joy and stability, rather than spiraling out of control towards chronic health conditions and ecosystem collapse.

Liz is a functional nutritionist, environmental lawyer, organic gardener, wilderness guide, yoga teacher, published author of guide to wild edible plants of the Rockies, and avid skier. She has a BA in Native American Studies, and an MA in environmental law and policy.

Sample of Past Speaking Engagements

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Own Your Genius 

"Pearls if Lizdom" shared in this discussion about how food, health, digestive health and sustainability are all connected and how women can become more empowered by transforming the food culture. Invited back for a second year, Liz is interviewed in the Own Your Genius Series with Kami Guilder. Kami was named to the 2020 Twenty-Five Most Powerful Women in Business List by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Kami is the founder and host of the award-winning Extraordinary Women Radio™, named the Best Business Podcast in the 2018 Annual People’s Choice Podcast Awards.

The Encourage Project

Monday February 7, 2022

With host Amy Fairchild, PMP.

Have you ever felt that something in your body wasn’t quite right? Maybe you went to a doctor and were told you needed to make lifestyle changes, or you would wind up needing medication. If you’re like I am, getting curious about what you could possibly do to help yourself didn’t immediately cross your mind. Join me as I talk with Liz Morgan about how we fill our bodies is so much more than quieting our stomachs. It has the potential to heal us – and the planet. Listen here.

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Let's Talk Taste with Sherry

September, 14, 2021

Sherry Hess, Tedx speaker and founder of The Flavor Remedy, interviews professional functional nutritionist, Liz Morgan. Liz guides her clients on how to become "wise and loving caretakers of their own body." Flavor and taste are part of the built in wisdom of our bodies and trusting our sense of taste improves our relationship with food. Importance of growing food that is nutritionally dense, healthier for humans and more sustainable for the planet.

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Own Your Genius 

The stories of Extraordinary Women who are owning their genius! Kami was named to the 2020 Twenty-Five Most Powerful Women in Business List by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Kami is the founder and host of the award-winning Extraordinary Women Radio™ – a podcast featuring wildly successful women living out loud in voice, vitality and vigor. Extraordinary Women Radio was named the Best Business Podcast in the 2018 Annual People’s Choice Podcast Awards.

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SAGE Mindset Podcast 

Kyle Gillette is an ICF certified coach, behavioral analyst, and the creator of the SAGE Mindset Leadership framework. He works with small business owners and leaders. His focus is on helping his clients build powerful self-awareness in their life and business. Create extreme accountability to achieve big goals, dreams, and results.

Speeches & Workshops

  • Digestion and Climate Chaos: Supporting a Resilient Food Culture for personal & Planetary Healing, Vermont Law School Alumni Association (Jan. 2022)
  • Embodied Digestion Workshop & Community Food Culture, jalaBlu Yoga Collective, Buena Vista, CO (Jan. 2022)
  • Podcast Guest, multiple podcasts, (2021-present)
  • Improving Endurance: Nutrition for Outdoor Enthusiasts, Colorado Mountain Club, (Jan 13, 2021)
  • Nutrition for Yogis, Out Here Yoga, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. (2018-2020) 
  • Nutrition for Your 40 Day Challenge, Big Power Yoga, Houston, TX (attended by 300 people) (2019).
  • Understanding Your Symptoms, Rakta Yoga, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. (2019)
  • Nutrition and Agriculture, AgriSummit, Salida, CO (2016)
  • Intro to Nutritional Healing, Yoga Olas, Salida, C), (2016).
  • Intro to Digestive Resiliency, Watershed Events, Buena Vista, CO (2017).