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As an integrative nutrition and health counselor, Wendy Baruchowitz specializes in working with clients with autonomic and autoimmune disorders, including POTS, dysautonomia and chronic illness. Because of her own challenges living with POTS, Wendy was compelled to search for alternative practices, like making dietary changes to support her health and recovery. Food That Cares contains nutritious, easy-to-prepare and delicious recipes tailored for people suffering with POTS, dysautonomia or chronic illness. Wendy is so pleased to be donating a portion of the purchase price proceeds to Dysautonomia International's POTS Research Fund.
As an Integrative Nutrition and Health Counselor, Wendy helps clients realize the benefits of a healthier lifestyle. Through her own journey with an autonomic and autoimmune disorder, she was compelled to search for alternative practices to support her health and recovery. She graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2012 and is well versed in a variety of dietary theories and comprehensive wellness solutions. Wendy practices what she teaches every day! She enjoys life to the fullest with her husband and two young boys. Wendy is passionate about what she does. She coaches clients around making gradual changes customized to their individual needs, enabling them to realize dramatic shifts in their long term health. She is well educated in a wide variety of acute and chronic medical conditions. Clients report that she is “compassionate,” “incredibly knowledgeable,” and “effective.”