Elizabeth Yarnell

Meet Elizabeth

Elizabeth Yarnell

Hi, I’m Elizabeth.

I’m passionate about designing paths that inspire curious adults and children to take action for themselves. Whether that’s through empowering you with the knowledge and guidance to improve your health and quality of life, or by supporting students and teachers through creative and innovative learning tools and techniques that stimulate creativity in young learners, I employ state-of-the-art technologies and 21st century strategies to get you there.

Speaker

As a 20+ year survivor of multiple sclerosis, I know what it feels like to have the rug pulled out from under you when your health begins to fail. My clinical research has shown me that the way to feel and function better lies in reducing our exposure to inflammatory triggers. The best part? Reducing inflammation makes us better leaders, more productive workers, and more compassionate citizens and parents.

Glorious One Pot Meals

Author

Glorious One Pot Meals

My award-winning cookbook, Glorious One-Pot Meals: A Revolutionary New, Quick and Healthy Approach to Dutch Oven Cooking, has sold more than 60,000 copies. It introduces my unique patented flash-cooking method using a cast iron Dutch oven in a super hot oven. Join the conversation in my Glorious One Pot Meals Facebook group to talk recipes, home cooking, healthy eating and more.

Naturopath

I believe that being healthy is all about being un-inflamed because inflammation is at the root of most –if not all– chronic conditions. I help people like you who have been unable to find reliable, non-pharmaceutical relief from the aches, pains, and dysfunction of inflammatory conditions like multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases.

Blogger

I’m inspired by so much when it comes to healthy eating and natural living, but I’m fascinated by inflammation and the role it plays in overall health, MS, and autoimmunity. I’ve been sharing recipes, insights into health, and more since 2008.

Effortless Eating:
For a Healthier You!

Targeting “Bad Cholesterol” with Drugs Does Not Help Heart Health

Setting targets for ‘bad’ (LDL) cholesterol levels to ward off heart disease and death in those at risk might seem intuitive, but decades of research have failed to show any consistent benefit for this approach, reveals an analysis of the available data, published online in BMJ Evidence Based Medicine. Cholesterol-lowering drugs are now prescribed ...

Entrepreneur

Students deserve new and modern educational experiences, be they online or in person. Enrich academics with on-demand online STEAM programs. Empower teachers with innovative curricula to unleash creativity and improve knowledge acquisition through making movies.