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Barb is a Certified Functional Medicine Practicitioner by the Institute of Functional Medicine, a registered dietitian, and licensed nutritionist. She specializes in digestive disorders; Celiac Disease, Crohn's Disease, Irritable Bowel Disorder, Colitis and Food Allergies/Sensitivities. She is an yearly featured speaker at the Gluten-Free for Life Expo in St. Petersburg Florida.  Barb has extensive knowledge in diabetes, cardiovascular disease and inflammatory issues such as fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis.  She is certified in weight management from the American Dietetic Association. Barb has appeared on FOX and ABC News as a featured nutritional consultant and columnist for The Carrollwood Village Views. 

Barb has completed her training with the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) and received her credential as a Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner.

Functional medicine is a personalized medicine that deals with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of symptoms for serious chronic disease. It is a science-based field of health care that is grounded in the following principles: Biochemical individuality, Patient-centered medicine, and promotion of organ reserve as the means to enhance health span. 

Functional medicine is anchored by core imbalances that underlie various disease conditions. Those imbalances arise as environmental inputs such as diet, nutrients (including air and water), exercise and trauma are processed by one's body, through a unique set of genetic predispositions.

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Dieting is a sprint, lifestyle is a marathon

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Size Does Matter!
Now that I have your attention, I am discussing the size and particle number of your LDL cholesterol. This is one of the most important numbers in your cardiac blood panel. LDL can be harmful if it is oxidized. Lipoprotein (a), C Reactive Protein and homocysteine are other indicators of inflammation.  Next time you have your blood drawn, ask to have these important markers added.
1:47 pm edt 

2013.10.01

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