We’re counting down the Top 12 People You’re Going To Want To Hear at the 2013 Virginia Farm-to-Table Conference – sharing one of the many exciting speakers with you each day to help you prepare for the conference on December 4th.
The Top 12 People You’re Going To Want To Hear at the 2013 Virginia Farm-to-Table Conference are listed in no particular order (because they’re all great.)
#9 Mary Lynn Lipscomb, RN, AHN-C, CGP
Mary Lynn Lipscomb has been in private practice as a nurse consultant since 1999s. She brings 30 years of nursing experience to her work with clients. A resident of Rockbridge County, Mary Lynn is passionate about using food as medicine and helping others discover ways to address health issues using practical methods. She enjoys making fermented and cultured foods as well as preparing meals following the nutritional guidelines of Weston A. Price. As a certified GAPS™ (Gut and Psychology Syndrome™) practitioner, she works with people who suffer from the consequences of leaky gut, food allergies and chronic inflammatory conditions. Learn more about Mary Lynn Lipscomb on her website at http://www.gapsconsulting.com/.
“In my practice, I consult with clients to help them develop an understanding of the connection between health of the gastrointestinal tract and the symptoms they are experiencing. Most “GAPS™ people” have physical AND developmental, mental and/or emotional symptoms. Working together, we determine what changes need to be made to take charge of the problem and clients are provided with the tools they need to make informed choices that, in many cases, bring about profound results.”- Mary Lynn Lipscomb
Mary Lynn will be moderating the panel “Connecting the Dots: Soils and Human Health” on Day 2 of the conference. If you’re interested in exploring how food could help you control leaky gut, food allergies and other chronic inflammatory conditions, register now to connect with Mary Lynn at the conference.