LDN Nutrition and Lifestyle

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Practical tips and strategies for living better from our Research Advisor, nutritionist Jill Brook.

Food and lifestyle can make a big difference to your experience with LDN and healing from pain or illness.  On these pages we’ll share evidence-based wellness strategies, plus tips for making healthy habit changes easier and more maintainable.  

If you don’t see the topic you seek on this website, you can send us your questions or requests.

Please share your favorite recipes, too!

Jill Brook, MA is a long-time nutritionist, researcher and autoimmune patient benefiting from LDN.  After earning degrees from Princeton University and UCLA, she worked for both universities and the Pritikin Longevity Center before opening a private practice in Southern California.  

After experiencing serious health challenges of her own, she now focuses her research and nutrition work on autoimmunity, gut health, SIBO, mast cell activation, gastroparesis, and specialized diets for healing. 

Jill lives in Northern California with her husband and enjoys hiking and volunteering for several patient advocacy groups.

Phone or Skype consultations with Jill are available by emailing Jill@dietforhealth.com, and you can learn more about her website 

Carrie Forrest, MBA, MPH is the creator of the popular food blog, Clean Eating Kitchen. Her website reaches hundreds of thousands of people a month and is focused on sharing healthy gluten-free and dairy-free recipes, along with well-researched holistic health information.

She holds master’s degrees in public health (nutrition) from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and in business administration from the University of Southern California, and has a professional background in non-profit hospital development.

Carrie's main passion is nutrition and wellness. She uses a real food diet, balanced lifestyle, and LDN to help manage her autoimmune disease, PCOS, and migraines. Carrie is also a survivor of thyroid cancer since 2012. Many of Carrie’s followers are women who are also recovering from chronic illness.

Carrie lives with her husband and two rescue cats on California’s beautiful Central Coast. She is an accomplished pianist and an aspiring violinist, but also enjoys spending her spare time hiking and visiting local farmers’ markets.

Please visit Carrie on her website, Clean Eating Kitchen, and feel free to join her email list to get her free Clean Eating Quick Start Guide.