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Libbi Loos, RDN, CD, CNSC

Languages spoken: English
  • Libbi Loos, RD, CD, LD, CNSC graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Nutrition Science and specialized as a Nutrition Support Clinician to serve patients on enteral or parental nutrition. Libbi has various nutritional experiences, including but not limited to sports nutrition, Polycystic Kidney Disease, short-term rehab & wound healing MNT, acute in-patient, ICU, chronic renal disease, mental health & substance abuse nutrition support along with a previous experience working in genetic counseling and obtaining her Certification of Cognitive Decline Prevention. Her experience has directed her toward a specialty field of nutrition support for enteral and/or parental nutrition, as well as the GI conditions which commonly lead to the requirement of bowel rest in order to practice preventative MNT. This variety of experiences working in Nebraska, Texas, Idaho, Maryland and Utah have also developed Libbi's interest in a crafting a whole body approach, addressing all of the physical as well as the psychological and nutritional challenges which impact health to uncover the root cause rather than addressing merely symptoms.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments - Adjunct
  • Libbi Loos, RD, CD, LD, CNSC graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Nutrition Science and specialized as a Nutrition Support Clinician to serve patients on enteral or parental nutrition. Libbi has various nutritional experiences, including but not limited to sports nutrition, Polycystic Kidney Disease, short-term rehab & wound healing MNT, acute in-patient, ICU, chronic renal disease, mental health & substance abuse nutrition support along with a previous experience working in genetic counseling and obtaining her Certification of Cognitive Decline Prevention. Her experience has directed her toward a specialty field of nutrition support for enteral and/or parental nutrition, as well as the GI conditions which commonly lead to the requirement of bowel rest in order to practice preventative MNT. This variety of experiences working in Nebraska, Texas, Idaho, Maryland and Utah have also developed Libbi's interest in a crafting a whole body approach, addressing all of the physical as well as the psychological and nutritional challenges which impact health to uncover the root cause rather than addressing merely symptoms.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments -Adjunct