Article written by Robin E. Glowa
“I want people to be able to embrace their body at every stage of life” says Elizabeth Reed. “Different periods of life put different demands on the body, and people often need help addressing their various physical needs.”
Elizabeth, a clinical nutritionist who earned her Master of Science Degree in clinical nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, teaches nutrition at UB as an adjunct professor. A certified Pilates instructor and a certified National Academy of Sports Medicine personal trainer, she is the owner of BodySmart in Monroe.
At her studio, Elizabeth works with clients to improve their overall health with a balanced approach that incorporates healthy whole foods and exercise. Formerly a bodybuilder, Elizabeth became profoundly interested in how whole foods and exercise could significantly improve and enhance her own health and the health of her clients.
She is convinced that food can be thought of as medicine. As Hippocrates said centuries ago, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” “Yes, yes, that’s it,” Elizabeth says. “Health can be controlled tremendously with diet and exercise.”
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