Susan J. Radcliffe, RD, CCN, Nutrition and the Alkaline Way

Susan J. Radcliffe, RD, CCN is a practicing clinical nutritionist with a Bachelor of Science degree in Foods and Nutrition. She is one of the first five nutrition professionals in the country to have dual certifications as both an RD (Registered Dietitian) and a CCN (Certified Clinical Nutritionist), with memberships in both the International and American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists and the Academy of Environmental Medicine, and past membership with the ADA (American Dietetic Association).

Susan has been in private practice for 17 years. During this period she has studied the many facets of alternative and conventional nutrition. Her work has led her to the further study of supportive treatment modalities and unique testing options that complement both these approaches. She is also certified in Dark Field Microscopy & Iridology.

Susan has multi faceted experiences in the field of nutrition, working both in physicians’ offices and in the field providing education. She has edited books for noted authors such as Robert Atkins, Buck Levin and Robert Crayhon. As part of an innovative laboratory sciences company known for their unique work and one of a kind approach to testing for delayed food and chemical hypersensitivities, she held positions including Registered Dietitian, Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Clinical Nutrition Specialist, & Director of Education and Field Operations. During this time, Susan was instrumental in the education of physicians and staff in the use of the test and helped offices develop and institute nutritional protocols to support the results of this testing. She contributed to publication of the book, The Joy of Food: The Alkaline Way. The power of the biochemical impact of food on body chemistry to enhance wellness continues to be the cornerstone of her success in private practice.

Beyond nutrition, Susan’s interest in health, balance and wellness includes serving the elderly, and those with both physical and mental challenges. Susan works with PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, International) as a Certified Advanced Therapeutic Riding Instructor, Mentor and Lead Evaluator to certify new instructors. As Assistant Director for the TRAC therapeutic riding program at Centenary College, she is also able to apply her clinical skills to the equine and canine worlds. With preventive health a prime directive, Susan is uniquely positioned to further HSC’s intiatives in this area.

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