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Ellyn Silverman Linnetz, RD, MPH, CEDRD

Nutrition & Wellness

Ellyn Silverman Linnetz  is a Registered Dietitian and Physician Assistant that has been in practice for over 20 years. Her expertise covers a wide area of practice from integrating nutritional healing into addiction and recovery care to the management of disordered eating. She practices an integrative medicinal approach to nutrition intervention which includes both clinical and holistic styles. Ellyn has a Bachelor’s of Science in Nutrition from Rutgers University and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of South Carolina. She also completed a Fellowship at USC in Metabolic Dysregulation as well as her PA degree.   

 

She has authored many publications, written chapters on a variety of topics and is a national speaker on nutrition health.  She currently lives in Long Beach, California with her family which includes her husband Burt and her dogs Molly and Hailey and is the proud mom of two adult daughters. Ellyn’s passions are her family, travel, and she is an avid painter.  

 

Ellyn just opened her second private practice Healing Nutrition Therapy at the Center for Integrative Health and Healing of Seal Beach in addition to ECS Nutrition Services. She is very active in many interests that involve health and nutrition and is currently working on integrating nutrition intervention and counseling into addiction and recovery care through her work with treatment centers.   She is an environmental and food safety/access activist and keeps a small garden which she tends with care.   

 

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