Erin Livers

Erin Livers, ICNT (Integrative Clinical Nutrition Therapist) is a multi-faceted nutrition therapist and health educator. Her integrative approach to nutrition therapy combines Nutritional Anthropology, Functional Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Guided Imagery, and Intuitive Counseling, which supports her clients to discover how to nourish their body with food and nurture themselves in all aspects of life. Her philosophy is food as medicine: how our relationship to food and the food we eat creates the foundation for our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. In her private practice, she helps people to lose weight and maintain it, improve digestion, relieve fatigue, sleep soundly, improve memory and concentration, balance mood and hormones, improve skin blemished by acne and eczema, improve PMS, relieve headaches, and prepare healthy meals with renewed inspiration. All this is done while partnering with a clients’ healthcare practitioner. She currently teaches nutrition and health-related subjects at Bauman College, a school for holistic nutrition and culinary arts in Boulder. Her passion for teaching leads her to offer many classes and workshops to the public as well. Erin resides in progressive Boulder, Colorado where she tends vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers in her organic garden before creatively cooking and eating them.