Barbara Solomon MS CNS CFMP
Barbara is a Board Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (CFMP). The CNS designation is awarded through the American College of Nutrition and the Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists to individuals who have a minimum of a Master’s degree in clinical nutrition and documented experience and proficiency in the nutrition and health field. Barbara graduated magna cum laude from the University of Bridgeport with a Master’s of Science degree in Human Clinical Nutrition.
Barbara helps clients resolve their health concerns by utilizing the latest advances in genetics, functional medicine, clinical nutrition, and Evidenced Based Nutrition. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and worked for many years designing analog circuitry for use in the space industry and then spent over a decade utilizing cutting edge software development to help meet the mass transit needs in major cities around the world. Her knowledge in the health field came about as the result of the inability of the current health system to solve her own health challenges. Marrying her problem solving skills with her love of biochemistry and physiology, she was able to find complete resolution of her health issues.
Barbara has completed advanced courses in functional medicine from Dr. Datis Kharrazian, an innovator in the field of functional medicine, in topics such as Functional Endocrinology, Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, Neurotransmitters and the Brain, and Mastering the Thyroid. Barbara participates in Functional Medicine Town, a functional medicine practitioner community dedicated to sharing the latest advances in functional medicine and developing the most effective protocols. To keep up with the latest in genetics, Barbara has taken seminars by Dr. Ben Lynch and follows the work of Dr. Amy Yasko and Dr. Jeffrey Bland. Barbara continually attends seminars in Functional Medicine and Orthomolecular Medicine from many of the top researchers around the country as well as attending groundbreaking conferences such as ACAM, IAACN, Institute of Functional Medicine, and Scripps.