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Lori Brizee, MS, RDN, CDE

Current Position: Private Practice Nutrition Consultant focusing on pediatrics, diabetes and weight management; nutrition instructor at Oregon State University Cascades

Brizee has practiced clinical nutrition for over 35 years. She worked at Seattle Children’s Hospital in intensive, acute and ambulatory care for 20 years before moving to Bend, OR and starting a private practice. Her current focus includes Telehealth Nutrition and pediatric office consultations.

Lori authored the book Healthy Choices, Healthy Children, A Guide to Raising Fit, Happy Kids, (Paraclete Press, 2011). She has written numerous articles for Nutrition Focus for Children with Special Healthcare Needs, guidelines for the AND Pediatric Nutrition Care manual, as well as articles for magazines and newsletters aimed at parents in Central Oregon.

Lori received a BS in Dietetics at the University of California, Davis and MS in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle where she completed an 18-month fellowship in pediatric nutrition at UW’s Center on Human Development and Disability.